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Chennai SHG wins laurel for converting fish waste to value added products

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Tuesday, November 24, 2020, 00:10 (GMT + 9)

Chennai -  Converting fish waste into value added products, city based fish farmers Self Help Group (SHG) of Nambikkai Nagar has won the ‘Best Fishering Self Help Group’ award from the National Fisheries Development Board (NFDB), said ICAR-Central Institute of Brackishwater Aquaculture (ICAR-CIBA).

According to ICAR-CIBA, the SHG bagged the award for successfully adopting the technology for converting fish waste into value added products developed by it.

The Nambikkai SHG started functioning during 2017-18 under the aegis of CIBA to commercialise the latter’s ambitious technology of recycling fish wastes to develop value-added products – Plankton Plus and Horti Plus.

While the product Plankton Plus is used in aquaculture system to boost and maintain the healthy plankton blooms, the Horti Plus is used as an organic manure in horticulture.

“Fish Waste Processing Unit” inaugurated by ICAR-CIBA, Chennai at Nambikkai Nagar, Pattinapakkam, as an initiative under Circular economy in Aquaculture

The products are developed under the concept of ‘Waste to Wealth’ initiative of CIBA in line with the Swachh Bharat mission of the central government.

The group collects fish wastes from markets and fish trimming from fish processing companies persistently and producing the value addition.

Constituted by the CIBA under the Scheduled Caste Sub Plan Scheme (SCSPS) of the Government of India, the start-up processing unit of Nambikkai SHG produced 16,345 kg of value added products and attained an annual turnover of Rs 1.68 million.

The group has seven fishermen members-four of them women made about Rs 2 lakh even during the Covid-19 pandemic, as livelihood support.

“This technology of CIBA has the potential to propagate across the country in cleaning the fish markets and also providing alternative livelihood to many as a circular economy,” K.K.Vijayan, Director, ICAR-CIBA said.

“We are very much excited to receive this achievement. This award is a recognition of our hard-work and gives enormous confidence to upscale the production,” said T Kennit Raj, Head of the Self-Help Group.

T Kennit Raj, Head of the Nambikkai fish farmers group in Tamil Nadu receiving the award for the Best Fisheries Self Help Group from Shri Pratap Chandra Sarangi, Union Minister of State for Fisheries

Similarly, a start-up company from Andhra Pradesh Sai Aqua Feeds who adopted the technology of CIBA in formulating feeds for shrimps won the Best Fisheries Enterprises award.

Having included a financial incentive of Rs 2 lakh, both the awards come under the category of the best enterprises or entrepreneurs.

Sai Aqua Feeds received the Best Fisheries Enterprises award for commercialising the indigenous shrimp feed Vannamei Plus developed by the ICAR-CIBA.

Formulation of this feed on a commercial scale by the Andhra-based company helped reducing the production cost in shrimp aquaculture in the country and effectively contributing towards doubling of farmers’ income.

According to Vijayan, ICAR- CIBA’s technology focused on addressing the higher production cost in shrimp farming owing to the costly foreign feeds and introduced Vannamei Plus in line with the Make in India concept of Government of India.

“In shrimp aquaculture, the feed constitutes around 60 per cent of the production cost. Further, this Desi Feed is a compliment to shrimp feed sector in India, which is mostly led by multi-national feed companies being the front runners in the sector,” he said.

The company started operation in 2017 and had an overall production of 7,633 lakh tonnes of shrimp feeds under the brand “Vasanthi Premium” with an average annual production of 2,585 lakh tonnes.

An overall turnover of nearly Rs. 5 crore was earned by the Sai Aqua Feeds by producing desi shrimp feeds.

Hundreds of shrimp farmers are still getting the benefits of this feed in their aquaculture ventures. It is estimated that the production cost could be reduced by 20 per cent with the commercialisation of CIBA’s desi feed technology.

Many shrimp farms in Guntur district remained unaffected by the Covid-19 lock down as the company produced the feeds and managed to supply them using the available logistics. Apart from Andhra Pradesh, the service of the company is available in Tamil Nadu, Kerala, West Bengal and Odisha.

The awards were presented by Pratap Chandra Sarangi, Union Minister of State for Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairying at a function held at New Delhi on Saturday.

Source: IANS

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