Guidance

Animal by-product operating plants: approved premises

Details of approved and registered animal by-product (ABP) operating plants in Great Britain and the Channel Islands.

Documents

Approved animal by-product plants in Great Britain (PDF version)

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Approved animal by-product plants in Great Britain (Excel version)

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Approved animal by-product plants in Great Britain (ODS version)

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Approved animal by-products plants in the Channel Islands

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Details

Premises in Great Britain and the Channel Islands must be approved by the Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA) to operate as an ABP plant.

The list of details follows the format laid down by the European Commission and is arranged in sections according to plant type:

  • intermediate plants
  • storage plants
  • incineration plants
  • processing (rendering) plants
  • oleo-chemical plants
  • biogas plants
  • composting plants
  • petfood plants
  • specific users
  • purposes outside of the food chain
  • collection centres
  • organic fertiliser/soil improver plants
  • other registered plants

A list of approved and registered premises in the European Union is available on the European Commission website

Published 2 January 2015
Last updated 7 February 2018 + show all updates
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