Animal by-products Category 1
Animal by-products Category 1 (ABP C1) are substances that contain potentially risky material. Therefore, we process them and deliver the resulting products to collectors who dispose of the waste through incineration in a suitable facility. ABP C1 typically includes animals that are infected or suspected to be infected or contain unauthorized substances that act as hazardous pollutants to the environment. It also encompasses pet carcasses, animals from zoos, and catering waste generated in international traffic.
Animal by-products Category 2
Animal by-products Category 2 (ABP C2) also consist of substances that may contain risky material. This category includes dead animals, contents of the digestive tract of animals, floaters, spoiled meat, and feces, among others. Similar to ABP C1, ABP C2 is processed accordingly.
Animal by-products Category 3
ABP C3 comprises edible substances of animal origin, which are often discarded by humans for commercial reasons. Examples include animal parts such as skins, hooves, claws, horns, pig bristles, bird feathers, and blood, as well as surplus products from the food processing industry, eggs, milk, fish, etc. Through appropriate treatment, ABP C3 yields raw materials that are suitable for pet food, fertilizer industry, and often find applications in technical, pharmaceutical, and cosmetic industries.