condemned meat

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condemned meat

meat classified at inspection as unfit for human consumption.

condemned meat room
the room in an abattoir allocated to the temporary storage, prior to disposal, of condemned meat and offal.
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Unfortunately in its recommendations, the DGAC didn't really come out and tell us the whole truth, which would go something like this: "Americans should eat less, or rather no red and processed meat from filthy, inhumane factory farms or feedlots, where the animals are cruelly crammed together and routinely fed a diet of herbicide-drenched, genetically engineered grains, supplemented by a witch's brew of antibiotics, artificial hormones, steroids, blood, manure, and slaughterhouse waste, contributing to a deadly public health epidemic of obesity, heart disease, cancer, antibiotic resistance, hormone disruption, and food allergies.
It ranges from agricultural by-products such as sugarcane waste, grain husks, palm oil waste and fruit pulp, animal by-products such as manure and slaughterhouse waste, to even municipal wastes such as food waste, sewage sludge etc.
By banning land disposal slaughterhouse waste management, the European Regulation led to a drastic limitation of their management options, and an increase of total slaughtering industry costs.
FOR SAFE ENVIRONMENT: Instead of burying or burning slaughterhouse waste, they are to be recycled.
The purpose of this machine is to turn all organic and solid [refuse, as well as] municipal, hospital and slaughterhouse waste, into carbon," said Rima, whose invention is patented with the Industry Ministry.
The importance of this invention is its ability to treat household garbage, hospital waste, expired medications, and slaughterhouse waste, all of which are issues of current contention.
Earthly Energy's plant will use biomass from grass cuttings and garden rubbish to slaughterhouse waste, pig slurry and thrown-away food.
These specialities involve the recycling of used lubricating oil, recycling of batteries, medical and paramedical waste, cardboard, ink pen cartridges, electronics, vegetable and slaughterhouse waste, poultry's droppings, vegetable water, phosphogypsum and sludge of purification stations.
Tomorrow's plastics could come from an unusual source: slaughterhouse waste.
Last year Par Contractors was attempting to get permission to recycle 10,000 tonnes of slaughterhouse waste to create methane and generate electricity in a pounds 2.
The fourth problem involves slaughterhouse waste, such as blood and animal hair.