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Dead Domestic Animal Disposal Business

A dead domestic animal disposal business is a facility where the body or parts of the body of a dead domestic animal is received and processed for the purpose of salvaging useful material, including, but not limited to, hides, bones, fats and proteins.


Any person who purchases or receives a dead domestic animal, domestic animal part or potentially infectious animal waste for disposal shall be deemed to be in said business and shall be licensed by the department to engage in and conduct such activity.  Licensing fee is $100 annually per calendar year.