The term byproduct refers to an incidental or secondary product, different from the intended or primary product, resulting from a manufacturing process or chemical reaction. A byproduct may or may not be wanted, or considered to be marketable or waste.

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"Byproduct" is in the NAICS Code "311613"
  (Rendering and Meat Byproduct ProcessingTallow produced in rendering plant)

Ref: 120955/2006-10-03

 


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