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Then there are the oceans: About 22% of all fish caught is ground up for fish meal, whose world price has risen about 500% since 2000, as the oceans’ fish stocks decline.
Trident installed a plant at Sand Point to turn waste into fish meal in 1996, so little new debris has been added to the old piles, Plesha said.
Originally, the residue was used as fertilizer, but since the turn of the 20th century, the oil leftovers have been dried and ground into fish meal for animal feeding.
Menhaden are not a popular fish for cooking, but are typically processed into fish oil or fish meal.
In December, Cooke bought a Texas producer of fish oil and fish meal in a transaction valued at $500 million.
Efforts to reduce the amount of fish meal used in aquaculture have already paid dividends.
In 1990 90% of salmon feed used in Norway was fish meal, but by 2013 greater use of plant matter had reduced that figure to 30%.
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