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Utilisation of by products from shrimp peeling, for feed addition to lobster fry, halibut juveniles, organic farmed salmon par and arctic char par and adults

Objective

The project addresses two problems simultaneously.
1) The need to remove organic material from trade effluent
2 )The requirement for high quality ash-free protein/lipid, within the aquaculture industry.

The risk in recovering the POC is low to medium, but the research must address the need to prove the product as a critical ingredient in fish and crustacean feed products. The research supports the 'grown' and 'Quality of Life' thematic programmes, in that it serves to help the environment and also to assist economic growth in fragile coastal economies. The research consists of 4 interdependent work packages: Start up and production of the POC. The optimum method of recovery of the material from shrimp -fine affluent, will be achieved. The resultant sludge will be dried ready for use in the following work-tasks. Characterisation and analysis of the POC. This workpackage will look at all aspects of the POC which will govern its use as a stable feed ingredient, toxicology, analysis, storage etc.

Coordinator

KRABBEN - BREMER
Address
Blickhausener Landstrabe 1
Dorum
Germany

Participants (6)

BENTHAM TROUT FARM
United Kingdom
Address
Low Mills, Bentham
Lancaster
BREMERHAVENER INSTITUT FÜR LEBENSMITTELTECHNOLOGIE UND
Germany
Address
Am Lunedeich 12
Bremerhaven
FINNY REKER AS
Norway
Address

Ana Sira
JOHN ECCLES HATCHERIES
United Kingdom
Address
The Hatchery Rackwick, Hoy
Orkney, Scotland
THE NORCONSERV FOUNDATION
Norway
Address
Alexander Kiellandsgt. 2
Stavanger
UNIVERSITY OF STIRLING
United Kingdom
Address
Airthrey Road
Stirling