Ask Joe: Why were animal carcasses dumped at landfill?

A viewer asks why animal carcasses were recently dumped at the Lockwood landfill and whether the practice is legal ?

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Kramer - 11/19/2013 6:57 PM
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at least in CA there's real recycling. they sort out the leaves and grass before it gets hauled to Lockwood. i graduated HS and college, chum.

Kramer - 11/19/2013 6:56 PM
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the waaay cool TV 'Paladin' (Richard Boone) never lost his cool, not even at the Nugget...

Paladin - 11/19/2013 3:43 PM
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Hey Kramer, Go the F$&%*k back to Kalifornicatia if you don't like and appreciate the State of Nevada. And, please, if you come to/stay in Nevada DON'T bring your liberal kommie beliefs along with you.

Kramer - 11/19/2013 1:42 PM
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the County Health Dept. is a joke. They make it difficult to report problems, use an archaic system to respond, often pretend to not find or just use excuses (for) environmental violations. WM is the same way, their "Call Center" is in Sacramento and they will often ask for an address they can;t find anyway... Hey Joe, wake up and smell the Stink!!

Kramer - 11/19/2013 1:40 PM
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learn to spell "California", try another finger- kNejerkVadan

Arn Cital - 11/19/2013 9:26 AM
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There is a BIG push to close all slaughter houses for rendering dead animals such as horses. I firmly believe this is a mistake. A friend of mine in Kali had a horse die. She could not take it to any rendering plant (like the one that used to exist in Davis) and therefore make a few $$ from the horse carcass. So, in Citrus Heights, she rented a back hoe and buried the horse in her back yard as she had little choice. To me there is no difference between a big pile of stinky, dirty plastic diapers and an animal carcass at a landfill.

Arn Cital - 11/19/2013 9:26 AM
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There is a BIG push to close all slaughter houses for rendering dead animals such as horses. I firmly believe this is a mistake. A friend of mine in Kali had a horse die. She could not take it to any rendering plant (like the one that used to exist in Davis) and therefore make a few $$ from the horse carcass. So, in Citrus Heights, she rented a back hoe and buried the horse in her back yard as she had little choice. To me there is no difference between a big pile of stinky, dirty plastic diapers and an animal carcass at a landfill.
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