AMAAPCD RULE 214 REDUCTION OF ANIMAL MATTER
LAST REVISED 11/11/11

Rule 214  Reduction of Animal Matter.  A person shall not operate
          or use any article, machine, equipment or other
          contrivance for the reduction of animal matter unless
          all gases, vapors and gas-entrained effluents from such
          an article, machine, equipment or other contrivance
          are:

     A.   Incinerated at temperatures of not less than 1,200
          degrees Fahrenheit for a period of not less than 0.3
          seconds, or

     B.   Processed in such a manner determined by the Air
          Pollution Control Officer to be equally, or more,
          effective for the purpose of air pollution control than
          (A) above.

     A person incinerating or processing gases, vapors, or gas-
     entrained effluents pursuant to this Rule shall provide,
     properly install and maintain in calibration, in good
     working order, and in operation, devices as specified in the
     Authority to Construct or Permit to Operate or as specified
     by the Air Pollution Control Officer, for indicating
     temperature, pressure, or other operating conditions.

     For the purpose of this Rule "reduction" is defined as any
     heated process, including rendering, cooking, drying, dehy-
     dration, digesting, evaporating and protein concentrating.

     The provisions of this Rule shall not apply to any article,
     machine, equipment, or other contrivance used exclusively
     for the processing of food for human consumption.