Mobile animal waste solution from Celitron

Perfect mobile solution instead of the mobile incinerator to Poultry, Swine, Cattle and other farm waste.

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  • High capacity animal carcass disposal –5,000 birds/h
  • Local and immediate treatment – Fast, efficient disposal (against poultry disease, cow disease, pig disease)
  • Medical sterilization level – SAL 6log10 (against animal diseases)
  • No Environment impact – Quick transportation

Celitron’s Mobile ISS AGRI Unit is a mobile RENDERING innovation for animal waste disposal, set to replace the agricultural industry’s use of mobile animal waste incinerator. With medical-grade sterilization and a significantly low energy footprint, the mobile animal waste treating system bring a completely new technology to the animal carcass disposal process. Perfect solution to control any animal diseases as; poultry disease, cow disease, swine disease (Within this we can specifically mention these diseases: swine fever, bird flu, Avian influenza, Newcastle disease, Bovine Tuberculosis, Mad Cow Disease and the porcine virus).

Providing mobile animal carcass solutions to safely dispose of your fallen stock, animal carcasses and any animal by-products from your farm.

With an eye for convenience and sustainability, the Mobile ISS AGRI Unit combines the standards of the ISS AGRI rendering facility with the ease of mobility. The Mobile ISS AGRI Unit, developed as a method for animal by-product disposal instead of the mobile animal carcass incinerator, is designed to treat all animal waste including small- and large-carcasses. The mobile ISS AGRI unit is designed to render all by-products, losses and animal carcasses from poultry, fish, porcine or cow. The mobile unit has waste capabilities to render each part of the carcass, including blood, feather, bone and fat.

The parts of the mobile animal waste treating system

The Mobile ISS AGRI Unit uses a uniquely automatic infected animal processing system. The system includes an Integrated Sterilization and Shredding system (ISS),separating solids from oils/fats and water. The Integrated System dehydrates the animal waste to create dry nutrition for use in the livestock and animal food industry. The method is used to create safe, high quality meat meal, blood meal and bone meal, while you don’t need animal waste incineration.

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agricultural waste solutions

The Integrated Sterilizer and Shredder (ISS) uses full medical-grade sterilization for infected animal by products disposal (for animals in any infectious disease) (SAL 6log10) by using low-temperature steam (121C) in order to maintain the animal by product protein content while simultaneously eliminating or neutralizing biohazardous substance (e.g. bacteria, viruses) with volume reduction. This part of the system is responsible for the perfect animal disease elimination.

Additionally, the Mobile ISS AGRI Unit includes a Decanter for the material separation and a Dryer to dehydrate the solids. The Integrated Sterilizer and Shredder, the Decanter and Dryer are all combined into one single, closed unit, allowing for greater operator safety and increased labor efficiency. Because of the equipment consolidation inside ISS chamber, the possibility of any cross-contamination becomes non existent. The Mobile ISS AGRI Unit also performs an automatic collection of all animal waste, from solids, oils and water.

The Mobile ISS AGRI Unit is designed to be as economically and environmentally sustainable as possible. In order to prevent air pollution (but with the mobile animal waste incinerator),the Integrated Sterilizer and Shredder’s chamber was created to run efficiently as a closed system. Expelled air, odors and other fumes are fully contained within the chamber and biohazard odor filters are fitted over each discharge point in the system. Additionally, each sub-system has its own unique control panel as well as a central, all-systems control panel for additional precaution and user safety.

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agricultural waste solutions

The Mobile ISS AGRI Unit will effectively replace any currently in-use mobile animal waste incinerator as an economically viable, environmentally sustainable and safe means of animal carcass disposal alternative. While mobile animal incinerators effectively destroy animal waste, the Mobile ISS AGRI Unit is an efficient way of recycling animal waste (animal carcass) into high-quality dry nutrition products. With the elimination of animal incineration, the Mobile ISS AGRI Units offers a cleaner, safer (infectious) animal waste treatment. Animal by-product incineration, typically used as a means to avoid carcass and biohazard transportation, is rendered obsolete with the Mobile ISS AGRI Unit, the use of which successfully eliminates the necessity of carcass transportation.

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agricultural waste solutions

Transporting animal by-products and animal carcasses to a rendering facility can be hazardous and costly. The amount of time it takes to transport such biohazardous materials degrades the animal waste which can also reduce the quality of the dried bone meal, meat meal and blood meal. The Mobile ISS AGRI Unit completely removes the necessity of animal waste removal and transportation. The mobile units are easily installed directly on site at the slaughterhouse production line. The small size, safety and mobility of the unit are efficient and economical, even for small-scale operations, to locally and immediately treat all animal waste — including poultry, fish, porcine, red meat, bone and feathers.

With most animal waste production operations, distance to a rendering facility and short timeframes in which to safely transport hazardous animal carcasses and other biohazardous materials is the primary reason why mobile animal incinerators are used. Mobile ISS AGRI Units completely revitalize the disposal process by on site removal (e.g. from poultry keepers) of the infectious animal by-products or carcasses, safely recycling it and converting it to high-value product. With the addition of odorless technology, the mobile units also have the ability to be used in areas with denser populations.

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The Mobile ISS AGRI Unit creates noticeably higher-quality end products. With the availability of immediate waste production and treatment capabilities, fresher animal by products and carcasses have the ability to be processed more quickly, giving large- and small-scale operations access to create higher quality meat meal, blood meal and bone meal. Because the mobile units rely on a no-heat centrifuge mechanism to separate animal liquid and solid waste, the units are capable of reducing evaporation of animal waste by up to 80%, increasing each mobile unit’s energy efficiency and environmental viability.

With medical-level sterilization, ease of use, environmentally-friendly and safe, the Mobile ISS AGRI Units are designed to increase sustainability and create value by using patented integrated sterilization and shredding technology to create higher quality dry blood, bone and meat meal out of animal by products and perfect solution to control poultry disease, cow disease, pig disease as well. Created with your business in mind, the mobile units allow for a greener, more viable rendering and waste solution.

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The Celitron's mobile animal waste solution allows immediate, on-site, infectious carcass disposal of poultry, pig, sheep, cattle and cow. This reduces the risk of any cross-contamination, the spread of animal disease and spread of vermin!

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Poultry Carcass Disposal Options for Routine and Catastrophic Mortality

Poultry production is constantly expanding and as such it is creating increasing amounts of by-products which include manure, mortalities, and hatchery as well as processing wastes. These by-products (animal carcasses) need to be disposed of in an environmentally friendly and prompt way. Animal waste management, meaning the disposal of carcasses, is one of the main problems poultry keepers have, and they recognize that it is a growing challenge.

Animal carcass disposal is a daily problem for poultry meat and egg production facilities as it is a never-ending task since birds die constantly due to congenital defects, diseases, accidents as well as equipment failures and natural disasters. Bird deaths which happen on the farm can result in massive volumes of animal carcasses. Especially catastrophic events such as disease outbreaks, natural disasters, and other unexpected events cause the volumes of animal carcasses to rise.

Because of the loss of animals, the production farms need to deal with enormous volumes of organic matter which needs to be disposed of in an environmentally and biologically safe way.

Obtaining a comprehensive understanding of the available carcass disposal technologies is important in order to be able to make an environmentally and economically sound decision when choosing a carcass disposal method. Poultry keepers should have an understanding of the multiple factors that have to do with each disposal technology as well as principles and logistics of operation, personnel requirements, estimated costs, environmental and disease agent considerations, advantages and disadvantages, and also be aware of lessons learned in the past. Each disposal technology comes with a cost, so the economic resources need to also be taken into consideration.

Animal By-products Disposal in Normal Circumstances

The rise in environmental awareness has led to the close examination of animal carcass disposal methods to make sure the right method is used, and that it is as efficient as possible. There are multiple methods that can be used for animal carcass disposal. These methods include burial, incineration, composting, and rendering.

Burial

Burial is no longer permitted in some states since it may affect the groundwater quality near burial sites as some residue may stay intact for years after the carcasses have been buried.

Incineration

Animal carcass incineration is a biologically safe method of animal waste disposal and it also eliminates the threat of disease. Disposing of the resulting residue does not cause water quality problems. An mobile animal incinerator can also be fitted with after-burning devices which will cause complete gas combustion and lessen odors. In some instances, installing and operating an incinerator requires a permit. There are also certain temperature and air emission requirements for animal by-products incinerators that need to be taken into account.

Composting

Controlled composting is a natural process in which microorganisms such as bacteria and fungi reduce and transform organic wastes into a useful end product called compost. Composting is economically and biologically safe as it inactivates avian and human pathogenic microorganisms as well as bacterial, fungal and viral pathogens completely.

Rendering

Rendering is the conversion of animal carcasses into end products that can be re-used; these include carcass meal (proteinaceous solids),melted fat or tallow, and water (NABC 2004). The Mobile ISS AGRI Unit – also known as Celitron's Mobile Agri solution – will replace any currently used mobile animal waste incinerator as an economically suitable and environmentally friendly as well as safe way to dispose of hazardous animal carcasses. While regular mobile animal carcass incinerators destroy animal waste, the mobile ISS AGRI Unit creates high-quality dry nutrition products as an end result. By eliminating the animal incineration, mobile ISS AGRI Unit offers a cleaner and safer way to dispose of hazardous animal waste. The unit includes an Integrated Sterilizer & Shredder (ISS) which gives full medical sterilization cycle (SAL 6log10) with steam at low temperature (121 °C) to keep the ABP protein content of the load, securing the quality of the end-product, and while neutralizes bacteria and viruses, it shreds the loaded material into pieces within a pressure vessel. The Mobile ISS AGRI Unit disposal the animal waste creating safe, high quality meat meal, blood meal and bone meal which can be used in the livestock and animal food industry.

As mobile incineration is usually used to avoid transporting animal waste to a rendering plant and thus avoiding spreading possible diseases, the mobile ISS AGRI Unit makes incineration obsolete. The mobile units can be easily installed directly on site at the slaughterhouse production line. The small size, safety and mobility of the unit are efficient and economical, even for small-scale operations, to locally and immediately treat all animal waste—including poultry, fish, porcine, red meat, bone and feathers. The unit has a medical sterilization level SAL 6log10 against animal diseases. The mobile ISS AGRI Unit provides immediate, on-farm carcass disposal against poultry disease, cow disease, and pig disease as well as swine diseases. The swine diseases include swine fever, bird flu, Avian influenza, Newcastle disease, Bovine Tuberculosis, Mad Cow Disease and the porcine virus. Celitron's Mobile Agri solution is the best disposal method for poultry carcass disposal that is currently available.

Animal By-products Disposal in Catastrophic Circumstances

Catastrophic circumstances include a mechanical failure in the facilities, a disease outbreak or a natural disaster such as for example floods or hurricanes. The event causes a catastrophic loss which indicates that the mortality rate of the animals exceeds the normal losses that the farm is able to cope with in a 24 hour period. Farmers need to be prepared for such events so that the situation can be contained and taken care of in a safe and timely manner in order to avoid any further risks. Early detection and warning systems need to be put in place as well as contingency plans, and a plan for action during the catastrophic events.

The preparation for catastrophic events should include a comprehensive plan for mass disposal of birds including all available disposal options and needed procedures as well as a list of the materials, equipment, and personnel that will be needed to handle the situation. The chosen disposal options need to be decided beforehand and they need to be accepted by the local and state officials in addition to being economical, biosecure as well as environmentally and socially accepted.

At the moment massive amounts of animal waste can be disposed of using the following methods: burial, landfills, incineration, composting, and rendering. These methods differ from daily animal waste disposal which happens on-farm, as these practices deal with enormous volumes of animal carcasses that need to be disposed of right away.

Burial

Animal waste disposal by burial is prohibited in the European Union, but elsewhere it is an accepted disposal method when massive losses occur and need to be dealt with quickly.

Incineration

Large-scale mobile waste incinerator units can be used to process massive volumes of animal carcasses in a biologically safe way. However, the costs of operation, turnaround time, and ash disposal may cause challenges.

Composting

Composting is a valid option for animal waste disposal including chicken waste disposal during a catastrophic event. Composting is a biosecure way to deal with disease outbreaks such as avian influenza because the composting process creates enough heat to inactivate the virus found in the carcasses and litter (Lu et al. 2003).

Rendering

Rendering may not be a viable option for the disposal of the carcasses of infected birds as the disease may spread to other farms and contaminate the rendering plant. However, during this kind of situations the rendering industry is able to deal with hazardous waste safely and responsively, including the disposal of carcasses that are not considered to be suitable for rendering into re-usable products.

Landfill

Using a landfill to dispose of animal waste may cause a biosecurity risk, being potentially hazardous for animal, poultry, and human health. When managed properly during a disease outbreak, landfilling is a suitable and efficient option for disposal of diseased carcasses. Each landfill has its own processes it operates by and therefore it is advised to seek the approval of the landfill owner before considering landfill as an option.

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ANIMAL DISEASE NEWS 2018

African Swine Fever (ASF) is a disease that affects pigs and has been detected in areas more than 1,000 kilometres apart within China, this mean it could spread further. The United Nation's Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) said there was no effective vaccine to protect these swines from the disease because the outbreak had gotten to 100% of infected animals. The Chinese authorities through their efforts to control the spread of the disease culled over 24,000 pigs.

China being a major pig-producing country estimated the global population of swine at 500 million. ASF in China had been detected and diversed geographical spread in China which had raised fears that the disease will move across border to neighbouring countries. The FAO's ECTAD communicated with authorities in China to monitor and respond to the situation and also in neighbouring countries to the threat of further spread of ASF. However, restriction on the movement of animal and pork products had been warned by the FAO which could lead to illegal methods of transportation.

The government animal disease control report claimed this was the first ever case of ASF in Asia. The FAO carried out risk assessments and concluded that most likely the north-eastern region of the country is the area to be affected by the swine disease. Culling affected and susceptible animals are the disease control measures that have been put in place across the infected areas. A news report stated that countries like Japan, has tightened quarantine operations at airports and seaports. Japan will be using more sniffer dogs than usual and alerting travellers about the outbreak of ASF in China. China is the home of the global pig population and also the largest consumer of pig meat, operating in the northern, central and southern regions.

African Swine Fever (ASF) is spreading across the world and nobody is quite sure how to stop it. China, Romania and Moldova all reported confirmed cases of ASF in recent weeks leading to major meat passing nations to take action. A confirmed case of ASF, although harmless to humans, means that whole herd including infected animals has to be destroyed at significant cost to the producer and at even more cost to the reputation of that nation's domestic industry.

In the UK, the Department for Environmental, Food & Rural Affairs is on the alert for any incidences of ASF, especially the ones that are hitting mainland Europe. Effective communication keep relevant parties up-to-date on any ASF- related happenings. The UK's Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA) has focused its advice on the issue of feeding waste or meat products to pigs and how it can introduce and spread swine disease in animals.

In the US, the major trade bodies in the pork industry have banded together to examine how ASF might be prevented from spreading. The action group has been looking further up the food chain to the feed and how ASF might be using it to travel from country to country. Although, not every piece of feed can be examined for ASF, it has detailed out some sensible questions for pork farmers to ask their feed supplier if they are concerned.

Perhaps a taboo subject at the moment if the US, but one suggestion the pork industry action group has not put forward the building of a wall as ASF prevention into Denmark and Poland. The two countries reliant on the pork industry and got Denmark especially, it would be catastrophic if ASF hit. Poland has quietly been putting together formidable meat industry and just as it is coming into its own, a knockback like ASF would set it back years. Denmark is obviously more established as a pork producer but ASF would be a massive hit to one of its primary industries.

One of the ways suggested to protect this industry from ASF in pigs was to build a fence on the border to stop errant pigs wandering in from neighbouring countries, as well as increasing fines for violations that could lead to ASF entering Denmark. Poland has the same idea and is already putting plans in motion to erect a fence. This investment obviously worth it if it keeps ASF out of their countries.

The Chinese confirmed another case of African Swine Fever (ASF),this time hitting the Southern Province of the country. The Information Office revealed that a confirmed case of ASF occurred in Zhenxiong County, Zhootong City and Yunnan Province. A report received by the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs that the Yunnan Provincial Center for Animal Disease Control and Prevention received samples for diagnosis that proved to test positive for the swine disease.

The local government has started emergency response procedures including setting up a blockade, willing treatment, disinfection to treat all sick and culled pigs harmlessly. All pigs and their products are prohibited from being transferred out of the blockade and pigs are prohibited from being transported. It is the first time the disease has hit the Yunnan Province.

The government officials of UK have warned poultry keepers to put in place measures to prevent the outbreak of Newcastle disease, following cases in Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg. The Animal and Plant Health Agency experts revealed that the risk of UK flocks being affected by the disease had risen. The Newcastle disease is caused by a virulent strain of paramyxovirus which can spread through direct contact with the bodily fluids of infected birds. Some precautions were then issued by the government for poultry keepers to minimise the risks.

The poultry keepers were urged to remain cautious by looking out for the symptoms in birds such as respiratory distress, nervous behaviour and lack of appetite. If poultry farmers were suspicious of bird flu in their flock, the government then said they should contact a private vet and the Animal and Plant Health Agency immediately. Public Health England has advised that the risk of Newcastle disease affecting people is very low.

Celitron MOBILE ISS AGRI

Turn your infectious animal waste into profit! Animal disease control with Celitron's unit!
Protein and fat recycling immediately! No burning and landfill anymore! Make sterilized fertilizer from your infected swine or birds!

Celitron’s Mobile ISS AGRI Unit is a mobile RENDERING innovation for animal waste disposal, set to replace the agricultural industry’s use of mobile animal waste incinerator or the problematic landfilling. With medical-grade sterilization and a significantly low energy footprint, the mobile animal waste treating system bring a completely new technology to the animal carcass disposal process instead of the burning. Perfect solution to control any infectious animal diseases as; poultry disease, cow disease, swine disease (Within this we can specifically mention these diseases: swine fever, bird flu, Avian influenza, Newcastle disease, Bovine Tuberculosis, Mad Cow Disease and the porcine virus).

With an eye for convenience and sustainability, the Mobile ISS AGRI Unit combines the standards of the ISS AGRI rendering facility with the ease of mobility. The Mobile ISS AGRI Unit, developed as a method for infectious animal by-product disposal instead of the mobile animal carcass incinerator, is designed to treat all animal waste including small- and large-carcasses. The mobile ISS AGRI unit is designed to render all by-products, losses and animal carcasses from poultry, fish, porcine or cow. The mobile unit has waste capabilities to render each part of the carcass, including blood, feather, bone and fat.

The Mobile ISS AGRI Unit uses a uniquely automatic infected animal processing system. The system includes an Integrated Sterilization and Shredding system (ISS),separating solids from oils/fats and water. The Integrated System dehydrates the animal waste to create dry nutrition for use in the livestock and animal food industry. The method is used to create safe, high quality meat meal, blood meal and bone meal, while you don’t need animal waste incineration.

The Integrated Sterilizer and Shredder (ISS) uses full medical-grade sterilization for infected animal by products disposal (for animals in any infectious disease) (SAL 6log10) by using low-temperature steam (121C) in order to maintain the animal by product protein content while simultaneously eliminating or neutralizing biohazardous substance (e.g. bacteria, viruses) with volume reduction. This part of the system is responsible for the perfect animal disease elimination.

The Mobile ISS AGRI Unit is designed to be as economically and environmentally sustainable as possible. In order to prevent air pollution (but with the mobile animal waste incinerator),the Integrated Sterilizer and Shredder’s chamber was created to run efficiently as a closed system. Expelled air, odors and other fumes are fully contained within the chamber and biohazard odor filters are fitted over each discharge point in the system. Additionally, each sub-system has its own unique control panel as well as a central, all-systems control panel for additional precaution and user safety.

The Mobile ISS AGRI Unit will effectively replace any currently in-use mobile animal waste incinerator as an economically viable, environmentally sustainable and safe means of animal carcass disposal alternative. While mobile animal incinerators effectively destroy animal waste, the Mobile ISS AGRI Unit is an efficient way of recycling animal waste (animal carcass) into high-quality dry nutrition products. With the elimination of animal incineration, the Mobile ISS AGRI Units offers a cleaner, safer (infectious) animal waste treatment. Animal by-product incineration, typically used as a means to avoid carcass and biohazard transportation, is rendered obsolete with the Mobile ISS AGRI Unit, the use of which successfully eliminates the necessity of carcass transportation.

Mobile carcass disposal with Celitron! Faster, cleaner, eco friendly solution with large capacity from us!

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