Missouri issues Tyson violation notice | Meat & Poultry

Tyson received a shipment of wastewater containing Alimet, which is a liquid animal feed supplement, from another company facility in Aurora, Mo. Tyson sent the wastewater to its pre-treatment facility and later discharged the water to the city of Monett’s sewer system. The state agency said the discharge caused operational problems at the city’s wastewater treatment facility. A fish kill occurred along a six-mile stretch of Clear Creek when the Monett Municipal Wastewater Treatment Facility discharged the water into a tributary of Clear Creek.

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