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Canadian Premium Meats plant will adhere to Canadian, U.S., and European safety standards, and that environmental impacts will be minimal. The facility will have a temporary indoor holding facility, rather than an outdoor feedlot, and waste products like animal bone and fats will be transported off-site for rendering. Waste water and effluent won’t be discharged into local waterways, according to the article.



Fred Lebedoff, who tried to bring the plant to Sylvan Lake and was part of a group that traveled to Europe to tour similar plants. “What we saw (in Europe) was just remarkable," he said. “The standard of cleanliness, the standard of hygiene, and the overall standard of the meat processing industry is something that I think will be brought back to central Alberta.”
 
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