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Improving energy use and productivity in West Coast and Alaskan seafood processing plants

Greg Kelleher

Improving energy use and productivity in West Coast and Alaskan seafood processing plants

by Greg Kelleher

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Published by Oregon Sea Grant, Oregon State University in Corvallis, OR .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Seafood processing -- Energy conservation -- Pacific States.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesSummary of seafood plant assessments in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska.
    StatementGreg Kelleher, Edward Kolbe, and Greg Wheeler.
    SeriesORESU-T -- 01-004.
    ContributionsKolbe, Edward., Wheeler, Greg., Oregon State University. Sea Grant College Program.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination15 p. ;
    Number of Pages15
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17718659M

    Impress upon students the importance of good recordkeeping for seafood processing operations. Student Learning Objectives: By the end of the course, students should have a basic understanding of how a fish processing plant operates, and the steps involved in permitting of seafood processing plants in the State of Alaska. Course Policies: UAF. 2. Energy inputs for food supply chains and GHG emissions 9 Energy for primary production 13 Drying, cooling and storage 16 Transport, and distribution 16 Food and beverage processing 17 Food retailing, preparation and cooking 18 3. Improving effi cient use of energy by becoming energy-smart 19 Behind the farm gate

    Alaska harvested upwards of 65 percent of the food fish landed in the US. Seafood consitutes the largest employment sector in Alaska. New technologies for harvesting, processing and marketing these fish are needed. This project examines, in eight subprojects, a range of technological studies to improve the harvesting, processing and marketing of Alaskan seafood. Alaska Seafood Processing and Harvesting Average Monthly Employment, Figure USCG U.S. Coast Guard. The Seafood Industry in Alaska’s Economy viii Glossary employees over the course of a given year at shore-based processing plants and associated facilities.

    Alaska has developed freezing and processing technology as a superior method of preserving the quality of Alaska seafood as soon as it leaves the water. Harvested at the peak of freshness, Alaska seafood is quick-chilled, carefully processed and rapidly frozen within hours of leaving the water. Seafood processing is the largest manufacturing sector in Alaska, accounting for 72% of the state’s manufacturing employment. Nearly all of Alaska’s seafood products go through the hands of seafood processors, which add value by turning raw fish and shellfish into a .


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Improving energy use and productivity in West Coast and Alaskan seafood processing plants by Greg Kelleher Download PDF EPUB FB2

Improving Energy Use and Productivity in West Coast and Alaskan Seafood Processing Plants Greg Kelleher, Edward Kolbe, and Greg Wheeler. 2 • Summary of Seafood Plant Assessments in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska Abstract In the summer of.

The Alaska Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program (MAP), in partnership with the Alaska Energy Authority (AEA) and UAF’s Institute of Northern Engineering (INE), has been assisting the Alaska seafood industry to better understand the use of energy in their plants, identify energy conservation and efficiency opportunities, and increase savings.

Improving Energy Use and Productivity in West Coast and Alaskan Seafood Processing Plants () - OSU A Pilot Project for Improving Energy Efficiency in the Seafood Sector - UC Sea Grant Refrigeration Energy Prediction for Flooded Tanks on Fishing Vessels () - OSU. • Co-author: Improving Energy Use and Productivity in West Coast and Alaskan Seafood Processing Plants (OSU, ) Oregon State University Bachelor's Degree Environmental ScienceTitle: Energy & Water Management.

Alaska exports for topped $ billion, the second highest year. The US Census Bureau reported in February that nearly half of those exports were seafood products at $ billion, up percent over That number does not include the amount of seafood shipped to Seattle and other West Coast ports for further processing.

Reducing water use in Þsh and seafood processing Adana, Turkey estimated unit cost of water 15 ¢/m 3 capital cost $82 water scarcity impact 29 m 3 /yr volumetric impact Reduced withdrawal Reduced consumption Improved water quality Increased productivity Net basin beneÞt Water Stress Map: F.

Gassert, P. Reig, T. Shiao, M. Luck and M. Top Seafood Industry Employers. If you are dead set on working in Alaska’s seafood industry, then take a job with one of the best employers.

On the following pages we profile reputable companies that hire hundreds or even thousands of seasonal and year-round employees. ESTABLISHMENTS FOR SEAFOOD PROCESSING. In this chapter some requirements for establishments for (sea) food processing will be discussed.

A number of books (Shapton and ShaptonHayesICMSF ) and official regulations (e.g. EEC b) give detailed information on requirements for buildings, equipment and processing procedures and these should be consulted if.

Location. Franklin Street Suite Juneau, AK Tel: () Tel: () [email protected] Thinking of storing, cleaning, packaging, processing, or distributing seafood products.

Below are resources to get you started. If you need assistance, contact our Anchorage office at locally or SAFE-FOOD () outside Anchorage. The Fruit & Vegetable Processing Focus is a partnership between EPA’s ENERGY STAR program and food processing companies to improve energy efficiency within their operations.

Tools are available here to help improve manufacturing energy efficiency. Alaska Seafood Processing Operations. Seafood processing operations in Alaska come in all shapes and sizes. During our visits, we’ve toured almost every plant in Alaska. Since very few first-time employees have the chance to travel to Alaska before their seafood employment adventure begins, we’re passing along first-hand, expert knowledge.

WASHINGTON—Westward Seafoods Inc., the operator of a seafood processing plant in Dutch Harbor, Alaska, will pay a $, civil penalty as part of a settlement agreement to resolve alleged violations of the Clean Air Act and the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act, the Justice Department and U.S.

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced today. Alaska Kelp Farming: A New Sustainable Seafood Opportunity. Along the Alaskan coast a growing number of fishermen and entrepreneurs are becoming kelp farmers. These farms supply a sustainable source of seafood, importance coastal jobs, and help improve the ecosystems by buffering ocean acidification.

Share on Facebook; Tweet this video. Researchers at the University of Alaska are looking at how renewable energy could power the fish processing industry in Alaska’s remote communities.

Working in Our Alaska Seafood Processing Plants. Thank you for your interest in working for E&E Foods, Inc. in one of our Alaska processing plants. Each plant has a unique catch season based on its location. We produce headed and gutted salmon, salmon fillets and Sujiko salmon roe during Alaska's summer months, and halibut and black cod in the.

The fish processing schemes in terms of raw material, source of utility water, and unit processes vary between plants.

The common processes in fish processing plants are filleting, freezing, drying, fermenting, canning and smoking (Palenzuela-Rollon, ).Similar to most processing industries, fish processing operations produce wastewater, which contains organic contaminants in.

Seafood Processing and Technology The Alaska seafood industry is the largest private employer in the state. The industry processes 5 billion pounds of fish and shellfish annually, more than 55 percent of the total US catch.

Over large and small firms produce cod fillets, surimi, halibut steaks, and fillet, freeze, can or smoke salmon. In a food processing facility the proofer, oven, cooler and associated steam systems typically account for between 50 and 60 percent of the energy consumed, with the oven using the most energy.

Improving energy efficiency in food processing not only reduces costs but also translates into reduced emissions—a huge plus as emissions regulations. DEC, in cooperation with the seafood industry, established the Alaska Seafood Processors Advisory council's mission is to provide a forum for communication, advice, and sharing of information between the state's seafood processing industry, DEC and the scientific community.* Meetings of the council are open to the public.

Alaska seafood, you are making a responsible and tasty choice that’s good for you—and supports sustain-able seafood. So next time you’re at your favorite restaurant or supermarket, be sure to ask your waiter or fishmonger where the seafood came from and how it was fished.

Better yet, simply #AskforAlaska, or look for the Alaska Seafood logo.Consumption of seafood has increased over the last decade, without a concomitant increase in reported illness. This increased consumption trend is expected to continue both for prepared and for fresh or frozen varieties. The consumption figure was pounds of edible meat per person per year.

Total commercial landings were a record billion pounds inand imported edible.Although current U.S. aquaculture production is small and lags behind the rest of the world, U.S. fish farms operate under some of the world’s most robust environmental protections, producing environmentally safe, sustainable sources of domestic seafood, creating jobs, supporting resilient working waterfronts and coastal communities, and providing international trade opportunities.