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The Japanese want to build a fish processing plant in Sakhalin

Deputy Prime Minister of the Sakhalin Region Sergey Karepkin and the head of the branch of Mitsui End Co., Ltd. in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk Gen Akira on June 9 discussed the details of the construction of a fish waste processing plant on Sakhalin.

A former fish processing enterprise in the village of Bereznyaki is planned to be re-planned for production.

Mitsui specialists prepared several versions of the project. The plant will be able to collect 80% of all fish waste in the region. Thus, the enterprise will process about 300 tons of raw material - waste and whole fish per day. They plan to “dilute” the waste with a cheap bull in a ratio of 85% to 15%, respectively. As a result, 46,8 thousand tons of fishmeal and fat will be produced here per year.

According to Skr.ru, logistics issues remain unworked.

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