Animal by-products

Animal by-products

Animal by-products are biodegradable wastes consisting of animal carcases, parts of animal carcases, products of animal origin which are not intended for human consumption, includes catering waste (all waste food from restaurants, catering facilities, central kitchens, slaughterhouses and household kitchens

Examples of by-products include penises and testicles.

ee also

*Biodegradable waste
*Slaughterhouse waste
*Waste types

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