Shariah Compliance Practice for Aquaculture Application:

Development of Sustainable Fish Pellet from Food Waste

  • Nadirul Hasraf Mat Nayan UNIVERSITI TUN HUSSEIN ONN
  • Mohd Syahir Anwar Hamzah
  • Celine Ng
  • Nur Zainatul Nadra Zainol
  • Latifah Md Ariffin
  • Ashari Kasmin
Keywords: Syariah Compliance, Aquaculture, Fish Feed, Food Waste, Sustainable Management

Abstract

This paper reported on the development of a new formulated fish feed pellet prepared by an extrusion method and the effect towards water quality according to Syariah compliance practice. The obtained pellets showed an excellent combination of all ingredients using household waste such as fish waste, sugarcane fibre waste, chicken fats and used palm oil. As a result, the well-developed feed pellets exhibit a remarkable improvement in preserving water quality compared to commercialize fish feed pellet. The new formulated fish feed pellet has low turbidity value and Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) level, which help in maintaining the quality of water. It was found that the new pellet may slightly reduce the pH of the water at the low composition of protein sources.

Author Biography

Nadirul Hasraf Mat Nayan, UNIVERSITI TUN HUSSEIN ONN
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT
Published
03-01-2021
How to Cite
Mat Nayan, N. H., Hamzah, M. S. A., Ng, C., Zainol, N. Z. N., Ariffin, L. M., & Kasmin, A. (2021). Shariah Compliance Practice for Aquaculture Application:. Journal of Quranic Sciences and Research, 1(1), 27-33. Retrieved from https://publisher.uthm.edu.my/ojs/index.php/jqsr/article/view/7126
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