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PROJECT NUMBER • 1999-424
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Value adding to fish processing waste through aquafeed development

The management and disposal of solid wastes from seafood processing, food manufacturing and allied industries is a major economic and environmental issue for Australian industry.   Large quantities of wet waste of this nature are routinely disposed of to landfill at considerable cost to...
ORGANISATION:
Agriculture Victoria
Industry
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2002-405
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

SEF Industry Development Subprogram: assessing the commercial viability of utilising fish processing wastes

Within the Australian Seafood industry, thousands of tonnes of fish waste are produced by processors and retailers each year. Generally only the fillets are retained and the bulk (~60%) of the product is discarded, often at a cost to the processor and ending up as little more than land-fill. This...
ORGANISATION:
ASCo
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 2013-711.40
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Seafood CRC: new opportunities for seafood processing waste

This report summarises the research undertaken under FRDC 2013/711.40: New Opportunities for Seafood Processing Waste   Industry consultation and the development of a modified value chain analysis framework for new products from processing waste resulted in eleven industry case studies being...
ORGANISATION:
Curtin University
Environment
PROJECT NUMBER • 2019-005
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Risk analysis to identify and minimise biosecurity risks arising from recycling bivalve mollusc shell waste during shellfish reef restoration projects in Australia

The assessment indicated that heating recycled mollusc shells in water to 80°C for at least 5 minutes would meet the ALOP for all diseases (despite uncertainly for some disease agents due to lack of information, as indicated by ?), and was within the ALOP for all pests of concern. This method...
ORGANISATION:
DigsFish Services Pty Ltd
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 1992-125.08
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Fish meal production using by-products of commercial fisheries (pilot study)

Fish meal is used extensively as a source of protein in aquaculture feed which represents the major cost constituent in aquaculture production. Commercial fish meals used to manufacture aquaculture feeds in Australia are currently imported from Denmark, Peru, Chile and other countries. These feeds...
ORGANISATION:
Curtin University
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