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TS: Chengicherla rendering plant all set to function

TS: Chengicherla rendering plant all set to function
GHMC officials on Monday inspecting Chengichela rendering plant functioning in a modern slaughter house.

Telangana: To avoid the risk of Hyderabad becoming filled with diseased and rotting carcasses the Grater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) with the cost of Rs. 1917.99 lakhs has developed a rendering plant in a modern slaughter house at Chengicherla village in Telanagana. This rendering plant will also control the fatal viruses and bacteria.

GHMC, Mayor, Bonthu Rammohan along with MLC of TRS party and Wakf Board chairman Mohammed Saleem, Commissioner GHMC Lokesh Kumar and Zonal Commissioner Upender Reddy visited and inspected the rendering plant in modern slaughter House at Chengicherla village in Telangana on Sunday.

Speaking on the occasion, Mayor said, “The rendering plant has been built with the estimated cost of Rs. 1917.99 lakhs of this the Government of India grant is Rs.686.10 lakhs, and 2.86 acres land has been allotted by Animal Husbandry Department.”

Chief Veterinary Officer, Dr.P.Venkateshwer Reddy, said, “The animal waste generated from the slaughter houses of Amberpet, New Bhoiguda and Ramnaspur will be transported to the rendering plant in Chengicherla, There the animal waste will be processed and converted into by products and used as feed in aquaculture and poultry farm and also used in Soap manufacturing units, industries and in lubricants.”

Guotham Reddy from Ramky told that the capacity of the plant is 80 MT (Metric Tons) per day. With the rendering plant the throwing of animal waste in open spaces and in nalas will be controlled as well as the pollution.

What is Rendering Plant?

Huge mass killing in modern slaughterhouses create a big pile of carcasses. Rendering plants are developed to get rid of them and other stuff from various sources.

Rendering plant perform one of the most complementing functions for modern slaughterhouses. They recycle dead animals, slaughterhouse wastes, and supermarket rejects into various products known as recycled meat, bone meal, and animal fat.  These products are sold as a source of protein and other nutrients in the diets of dairy animals, poultry, swine, pet foods, cattle feed, and sheep feed.  Animal fat is also used in animal feeds as an energy source.

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