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Indiana Code Title 15. Agriculture and Animals § 15-17-2-25

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Sec. 25. (a) “Disposal plant” means any plant and all associated equipment that is constructed or intended to be operated for the disposal of the following:

(1) The bodies of dead animals not slaughtered and intended for human food.

(2) The nonedible byproducts from the slaughtering of animals for human food, including the disposal of the body of any animal slaughtered for human food that has become unsuitable for use as human food.

(3) The disposal of the bodies of dead poultry not suitable for human food and of poultry byproducts, including the viscera, heads, feet, and poultry feathers.

(b) The term includes all substations of any plant that are used in connection with a disposal business for the temporary deposit of animal bodies and nonedible byproducts pending final delivery to any disposal plant, including all vehicles and equipment used for the transportation of the bodies and nonedible byproducts.

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