Waste loading in shrimp and fish processing effluents: potential source of hazards to the coastal and nearshore environments.

@article{Islam2004WasteLI,
  title={Waste loading in shrimp and fish processing effluents: potential source of hazards to the coastal and nearshore environments.},
  author={Md Shahidul Islam and Saleha Khan and Masaru Tanaka},
  journal={Marine pollution bulletin},
  year={2004},
  volume={49 1-2},
  pages={103-10}
}
On average, only 30-40% of the global fishery production is consumed fresh and the rest 60-70% is processed for human consumption and other purposes. Although the proportion of the total fishery production that are processed remained relatively stable over the last decade, the total bulk of processed fishery commodity increased due to the steady increase in the total fishery production. Processing of large bulk of fish, shrimp and other aquatic organisms produces a corresponding large bulk of… CONTINUE READING

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