Visit to a rendering plant
Here is a portion of an article entitled
“The Dark Side of Recycling” from the Fall, 1990, Earth Island Journal.
“The rendering plant floor
is piled high with ’raw product’: thousands of dead dogs and cats; heads
and hooves from cattle, sheep, pigs and horses; whole skunks; rats and
raccoons --all waiting to be processed. In the 90 degree heat, the piles
of dead animals seem to have a life of their own as millions of maggots
swarm over the carcasses.
“Two bandana-masked men begin
operating Bobcat mini-dozers, loading the ‘raw’ into a 10-foot-deep stainless
steel pit. They are undocumented workers from Mexico, doing a dirty job. A giant
auger grinder at the bottom of the pit begins to turn. Popping bones and
squeezing flesh are sounds from a nightmare you will never forget...
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