Fishmeal (fishscrap), stabilized UN 2216 (anti-oxidant treated)

Description
Note that this entry does not apply to consignments of fishmeal which are accompanied by a certificate issued by a competent authority of the country of shipment, stating that the consignment to be shipped has no self-heating properties when transported in bulk. This entry covers material that is brown to greenish-brown residue of fish, obtained after heating and dryíng. Moisture content: more than 5% but not more than 12%, by mass. Fat content: not more than 15%, by mass. Used mainly for animal feeds, raw material for fish protein concentrate and fertilisers (when the fish meal is damaged and unsuitable for use as animal feeds). Bulk density: 300 -700 kg/m3.
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