Independent CCTV monitoring of English slaughterhouses costs revealed
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The costs of independent CCTV monitoring across England’s slaughterhouses can vary between £150,000 and £370,000 a year, a report from experts at Sheffield Hallam University has been able to suggest.
The paper – CCTV Monitoring in Slaughterhouses – points out that there are about 260 slaughterhouses in England and the cost of installing a four-camera system with remote viewing and night vision in each one would cost in the region of £700-£900.
Depending on the scale of the operation, annual costs of up to £370,000 would be required to cover employment and training of a workforce to monitor the CCTV, plus any accommodation and data-logging support.
Animal welfare charity Animal Aid, which financed the independent report, said the current system of welfare monitoring in CCTV slaughterhouses was failing and a voluntary welfare system would not be sufficient.
Isobel Hutchinson, head of campaigns at Animal Aid, said: “The case has been decisively made that the current regulatory system is failing animals, and that CCTV – if monitored properly – could deter and detect crimes against vulnerable animals.
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