Fish

Marel Water Treatment has a great deal of experience in the fish industry and designs and delivers custom-made solutions for each individual customer.

In most cases, the processing of fish is an automated process. After cleaning, the fish is beheaded, boned and filleted. This process requires a large amount of water, since food safety and hygiene are essential. Thoroughly cleaning the fish causes a high pollution of the wastewater. During further processing of the fish, preservatives are added such as salt, vinegar, food oils and/or fats. The salts and fats are also an important factor in the choice of a treatment system.

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