Future Outlooks of Developing Green Management Practice in Freshwater Feed Technology

  • Yuary Farradia, Mas Tri Djoko Sunarno, Abdul Talib bin Bon, Mas Bayu Syamsunarno

Abstract

Green management has replaced the old and traditional management that does not take
into account the environmental aspect, including in the freshwater feed industry. Besides
improving the organization business, going greener help improve the relationship of the
organization with its stakeholders like customers, suppliers, government agencies, and the
media. Green initiatives can also reduce costs and reduce energy consumption.
Freshwater feed technology demand has increased in line with the green management
effort of the aquaculture sustainability. As aquatic environment receives metabolites such
as waste from uneaten feed, feces, ammonia, gill excretion, and CO2. Decomposing feces
consumes oxygen, while ammonia and nitrite, which are potentially toxic, are released.
Modern fish farms have appeared using energetically efficient and environmentally
friendly techniques. The waste management and developing feed hygiene technology was
also in the center of investments.

Published
2020-05-01
How to Cite
Yuary Farradia, Mas Tri Djoko Sunarno, Abdul Talib bin Bon, Mas Bayu Syamsunarno. (2020). Future Outlooks of Developing Green Management Practice in Freshwater Feed Technology. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(7s), 3760-3768. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/17700