Animal By-Products Regulations

The European Union's Animal By-Products Regulations (Regulation No 1069/2009) allows for the treatment of some animal by-products in composting and biogas plants (anaerobic digesters).wikipedia
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Animal product

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The European Union's Animal By-Products Regulations (Regulation No 1069/2009) allows for the treatment of some animal by-products in composting and biogas plants (anaerobic digesters).
In the UK, slaughterhouse waste is classed as category 3 risk waste in the Animal By-Products Regulations, with the exception of condemned meat which is classed as category 2 risk.

Anaerobic digestion

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The European Union's Animal By-Products Regulations (Regulation No 1069/2009) allows for the treatment of some animal by-products in composting and biogas plants (anaerobic digesters).
In countries where legislation, such as the Animal By-Products Regulations in the European Union, requires digestate to meet certain levels of pathogen reduction there may be a benefit to using thermophilic temperatures instead of mesophilic.

Digestate

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The following article describes procedures required to allow solid outputs (compost, digestate) from composting plants and anaerobic digesters onto land in the United Kingdom.

United Kingdom

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The following article describes procedures required to allow solid outputs (compost, digestate) from composting plants and anaerobic digesters onto land in the United Kingdom.

Risk

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Category 1: Very high risk

Bovine spongiform encephalopathy

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BSE (Bovine spongiform encephalopathy) carcasses and suspects

Manure

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Manure and gut contents

Gastrointestinal tract

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Manure and gut contents

Blood

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Much slaughter house waste e.g. waste blood & feathers

Feather

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Much slaughter house waste e.g. waste blood & feathers

Biodegradable waste

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Biodegradable waste

Compost

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The following article describes procedures required to allow solid outputs (compost, digestate) from composting plants and anaerobic digesters onto land in the United Kingdom.

Pasteurization

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Pasteurization

Waste management law

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Animal By-Products Regulations (ABPR)