Sharjah Municipality has confirmed that the central slaughterhouse received during the Eid al-Adha during the Eid al-Adha during the days of Eid al-Adha, around 3,000 sacrifices of sheep, goats and cows. The central slaughterhouse is the ideal place for slaughtering due to the availability of all hygiene and sterilization requirements and veterinary supervision of all carcasses.
The Director of Control and Municipal Inspection and Head of Eid Al Adha Preparation Committee, Adel Omar, confirmed that the Public Services Department worked to create and modernize the facilities of the market, the central slaughterhouse and the mobile slaughterhouse and to ensure the readiness of all facilities. Department of Environmental Services by providing a large number of workers with their supervisors at the livestock market site and the central slaughterhouse to follow up cleaning operations in the slaughterhouse and its facilities, in addition to increasing the number of existing containers, and reached the capacity of the slaughterhouse during any 80 m feast in the great sacrifice of time and 140 small sacrifice.
He pointed out that the municipality has intensified its inspection campaigns during the Eid to control roving butchers because of their seriousness to health and the environment. I warned of these butchers because the sacrifice is not subjected to examination, which in turn exposes the consumer to various diseases, as well as the lack of medical expertise of the roaming butcher to judge the validity of carcasses for consumption and not aware of the legitimate conditions of slaughter, and not to ensure that it is free from the order Z infectious that could be transmitted through the carcass, as it does not adhere to health practices, personal hygiene and cleanliness of the materials used, which causes risks to the health of the consumer, as well as lack of proper disposal of waste slaughter which leads to environmental pollution.