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02 April 2012

Waste-free fish processing for better environment

Russian engineers designed equipment for fish waste processing.

As I’ve learned recently, specialists of “Technological equipment” company (located in the Primorye region) had developed and prepared for mass production a brand new processing line, which allows to make any fish processing plant clean and waste-free.
In less than a year the Vladivostok engineering company “Technological Equipment” in cooperation with the Swedish company Alfa Laval has developed a processing line that can be installed both at a fish processing plant on the shore or on a fishing vessel, and process fish waste of any fat content. It’s for the first time in Russia when such equipment has been designed and manufactured domestically. It complies with all the applicable standards, and basic models are designed for daily processing of 36, 60, 100, and 150 tons of raw materials.
As the company’s representative said, “these production lines can be installed on vessels, but Russian fishing companies still order them rather rarely. Apparently, it’s because of an old belief that equipment of our company is aimed only for coastal fish processing plants. But this is no longer true, and now we can supply the equipment designed specifically for the vessels”.
If you are interested in this cheaper, but highly-effective equipment from Russian specialists, just let me know or leave a message here.

P.S. By the way, I had an interesting meeting with Channel Fish Co, company that deals with fish processing “waste” products to process them into pet food. Challenge: FDA certification and high cost of transportation from Sakhalin to Seattle. Anyone up to a challenge?


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