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What are the average weights of the carcasses you will be disposing of?
Many trash collection companies, such as Waste Management, will allow you to dispose of carcasses of less than 15 pounds directly into your home garbage can. Larger carcasses must be transported to your nearest rendering plant or to your local vet's office for disposal.
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