Fire at Darling plant causes $3 million in damages

25-10-2010 | |

A fire at an animal feed manufacturing plant in Kansas City, Kan., caused as much as $3 million worth of damage, firefighters said Sunday.

A preliminary investigation indicated that the fire Saturday at Darling International started accidentally when a processing byproduct overheated, firefighters said.
The fire caused severe structural damage and destroyed equipment and all of the product inventory at the plant, they said.
The company reported $2.5 to $3 million worth of damage.
Darling International Inc. is America’s leading provider of rendering, recycling and recovery solutions to the US’ food industry.
Headquartered in Irving, Texas, Darling operates a network of facilities across the United States.

Dick Ziggers Former editor All About Feed