The dark side of recycling
- Rendering for profits. Postlewaite, Kimbra // National Provisioner;Aug96, Vol. 210 Issue 8, p46
Focuses on the shrinking rendering market in the United States. Pressures related to raw-material supplies; Competition between big and small companies; Environmental regulations; Health concerns over diseases; Declining market share; By-products from livestock to meet demands for a range of...
- oils, fats & waxes. // Chemical Market Reporter;3/10/2003, Vol. 263 Issue 10, p13
Reports developments in the rendering industry in the U.S. as of March 2003.
- A Look Inside a Rendering Plant. G. S. // Earth Island Journal;Summer96, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p30
The article offers a look at the Valley Proteins rendering plant in Baltimore, Maryland which disposes of dead animals, fat, and meat wastes.
- Value-added inedibles. Young-Huguenin, Barbara // National Provisioner;Dec98, Vol. 212 Issue 12, p52
Focuses on the growing business opportunities for the rendering industry in the United States. Production of food for pets; Percentage of the US meat meal used by the pet food industry; Animal product-based diets as more palatable, lower in fiber and residue and perceived as advantageous by pet...
- Rendering realities. Young-Huguenin, Barbara // National Provisioner;May96, Vol. 210 Issue 5, p70
Discusses food safety challenges facing the rendering industry in the United States. Concern about possible links between bovine spongiform encephalopathy disease and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease; Recommendations regarding trends and issues in the rendering industry.
- Renderer wins permission for more lorries. // Meat Trades Journal;1/7/2011, Issue 1, p6
The article announces the approval of a Yorkshire, England-based rendering company Omega Proteins to double its lorry movements from 30 to 60 a day provided that noise levels must be lowered and spillage must be reduced.
- The rendering industry: Big business in by-products. Motavalli, Jim // E: The Environmental Magazine;Jul/Aug96, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p38
Focuses on the meat rendering industry. Description of rendering as an operation; Use for rendered cow products; Rendering as vehicle for the spread of the mad cow disease.
- Return to render. // Meat Trades Journal;2/18/2011, Issue 4, p2
The article discusses the move of Hughes and Son, the independent Lincolnshire, England-based renderer, to open its newly constructed factory.
- Markets keep improving for food processing residuals. // BioCycle;Jul96, Vol. 37 Issue 7, p18
Reports on the rendering industry's increased capacity for reclaiming and recycling raw animal by-products from food industries in the United States. Profits from selling meat by-products; Prices and uses for various parts of steers and heifers; Exploring the opportunities in processing...