abattoir Articles

  • Factors affecting phosphorus exports from sites irrigated with abattoir wastewater

    Abattoir wastewaters often contain significant quantities of phosphorus, inorganic salts, nitrogen and biodegradable organic materials. The nutrients in abattoir wastewaters are potentially useful for plant production and in many countries the application of abattoir wastewaters to land is considered a preferable option to other forms of treatment. In this paper we investigate the factors that ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Factors affecting phosphorus exports from sites irrigated with abattoir wastewater

    Abattoir wastewaters often contain significant quantities of phosphorus, inorganic salts, nitrogen and biodegradable organic materials. The nutrients in abattoir wastewaters are potentially useful for plant production and in many countries the application of abattoir wastewaters to land is considered a preferable option to other forms of treatment. In this paper we investigate the factors that ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Hydroflux engaged to design wastewater treatmentplant for New WA abattoir - Brochure

    The first abattoir to operate in Western Australia's far north for 22 years will be opening early 2016. The Kimberley Meat Company abattoir, located between Broome and Derby, will process 300 cattle a day when it opens in April. Owner Mr Burton said "the facility was good news for the northern WA beef industry and getting a situation where we can process them locally is excellent." An ...


    By Hydroflux Pty Ltd

  • Hazard and Critical Control Points of Ready-to-Eat foods and an abattoir examination in a typical tropical market

    Ready-to-Eat (RTE, street) foods sold at Bodija market, Ibadan, Nigeria were examined. Methods used for the preparation of RTE foods were followed in establishing relevant Critical Control Points (CCPs). Hazard analyses were carried out on all foods examined from the raw material up to the finished product levels. Two cereal-based products (kokoro and kunu tsamiya) had high microbial counts (>104 ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Butchers beef up their animal incinerator capacity

    They were so pleased with their last one that they have come back to us again. After reading this headline you may be wondering just why on earth a butcher would need an animal incinerator, but in fact the answer is rather simple and when this particular butcher decided that it was time to invest in a new model they had no hesitation whatsoever in coming back to us. Our customer is a large ...

  • Abattoir and Slaughterhouse Waste Solution - Case Study

    Location: Croatia Clients: Military Police & Government Waste Type: Animal Carcasses Solution(s) Supplied: i8-200 Inciner8 donated a state of the art waste management system worth €60,000.00 to Croatia. The minister of Agriculture Mr. Tihomir Jakovina thanked Business Development Manager, Mr. Nikola Vujec in Zagreb. Rapid deployment and operation are of paramount importance in ...


    By Inciner8 Limited

  • Application of rural slaughterhouse waste as an organic fertilizer for pot cultivation of solanaceous vegetables in India

    Background:The lack of electricity and water supply in rural abattoirs in developing nations prevents the adoption of waste-processing technologies practiced in economically advanced countries. This research attempts to recycle waste blood and rumen digesta generated in rural slaughterhouses as organic fertilizer, thus promoting sustainable agriculture. Results:The values of 5-day biochemical ...

  • Preserving the water quality of Iloilo City: DEWATS of the Public Abattoir and Iloilo Mission Hospital

    Iloilo River is actually an estuarine that is 15 kilometers long. It derives fresh water from the rivers and creeks that are connected to it and saline water from the sea that feeds it. Iloilo River maintains a high level of productive biological activities. It serves as nursery for many important fish species such as bangus and tilapia; and the rise ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Lamb Abattoir - Tamworth NSW, Australia - Case Study

    SYSDAF and dewatering - Flow 50m3/hour Dissolved Air Flotation with full chemical treatment and sludge dewatering. The raw waste water is screened and homogenised in a balance tank prior to being pumped to the SYSDAF. In the SYSDAF the wastewater is pH corrected and coagulated & flocculated in the first first three compartments. The clear water and large flocc created then flow over into the ...


    By Syskill - WWTS P/L

  • Catastrophic cost of Foot and Mouth Disease

    Foot and Mouth disease has never completely disappeared. Although it has been almost 20 years since the last major outbreak of Foot and Mouth disease in the UK, which cost the industry more than £8 Billion, it does not mean that the disease is not still a very real risk to the economy. This August the first outbreak since 2001 in the UK was identified at an abattoir in Brentwood in ...

  • DEFRA Approved Pig Incinerators

    Pig farms, butchers, farm shops, pig breeders, abattoirs, small-holdings and ABP rendering plants are some of the places that could benefit from an agricultural incinerator or our specially designed pig incinerators. The incineration process contributes to the bio security of the location while also cutting down on the cost of handling the waste and making operations more efficient. It is also ...


    By Inciner8 Limited

  • Hydroflux industrial Hy-DAF 100s removing fat for recovery from QLD abattoir - Case study

    Working with Wiley, Hydroflux Industrial has completed the installation of a Hydroflux HyDAF HD100S dissolved air flotation system at Australian Country Choice in Cannon Hill, Brisbane. The twin dissolved air system provides a very high recycle rate and air to solids ratio The treatment plant was designed to treat the red stream from the processing plant. The treated wastewater is blended with ...


    By Hydroflux Pty Ltd

  • A growing problem for the world’s well being

    On the face of it, organic waste is not a major problem. After all, the definition of organic waste is ‘materials that originated from living organisms’. In other words, biodegradable materials that come from either a plant or an animal. The fact is, however, that the rapidly expanding levels of organic waste are now the cause of worrying forecasts and it is why more and more ...

  • Things You Need To Know Feed Ingredients

    Feed ingredients are broadly classified into cereal grains, protein meals, fats and oils, minerals, feed additives, and miscellaneous raw materials, such as roots and tubers. These will be discussed in separate headings below. More information on measuring the nutrient composition of ingredients and the process of formulating poultry feeds is available in the section on feed formulation. ...

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