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The system of harmless treatment of sick and dead animals

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In order to prevent the occurrence and spread of animal epidemics, the system shall be formulated in accordance with the animal epidemic prevention law and relevant regulations to regulate the harmles
In order to prevent the occurrence and spread of animal epidemics, the system shall be formulated in accordance with the animal epidemic prevention law and relevant regulations to regulate the harmless treatment of diseases and diseases.
1. Animal slaughtering and processing enterprises shall be equipped with harmless treatment facilities such as incinerators and sewage treatment.
Animal products that have become diseased, died of disease or unknown cause of death, and have been confirmed as non-edible animal products by quarantine inspection must be treated with harmless treatment.
Animals that cause death from non-animal epidemics shall be dealt with under the guidance of the local animal health supervision organs; If the cause of death is not determined, the laboratory should be immediately sampled and the animal carcasses should be treated with harmless treatment under the supervision of the local animal health supervision agency.
The methods and requirements for harmless treatment shall be carried out in accordance with the provisions of the state regulations on the biological safety of animal products and animal products (gb16548-2006).
5. After the harmless treatment is finished, thoroughly disinfect the contaminated site.
6. Animal waste and sewage treatment shall be harmless treated by sewage treatment facilities, which shall meet the standards of biosafety and other standards before discharge, and shall not be discharged without authorization.
The occurrence of major animal epidemics shall be dealt with in accordance with the relevant provisions of the state.
8. Keep records of harmless treatment of diseases and animal products, and keep records for more than two years.