Slaughterhouses generate large amounts of blood as a byproduct of the slaughter process. This blood can pollute the environment in a number of ways. One way that blood from slaughterhouses can pollute the environment is if it is not properly disposed of. For instance, if the blood enters bodies of water, it can lead to the overgrowth of algae and other aquatic plants, which can deplete the oxygen content of the water and harm or kill fish and other aquatic animals. In addition, if the blood is not treated before it is disposed of, it can contain pathogens that can be harmful to humans and other animals. This solution shifts the perspective that blood is to be treated as waste and instead suggests that it can be processed hygienically into an easily consumable food ingredient. Thus, reducing the environmental impact of animal blood loss.