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I.Introduction

The seafood industry is an important business with rapid development in recent years. However, the use of chemicals in aquaculture production and farming also poses many challenges to the environment and human health. In this article, we will introduce the chemicals commonly used in the seafood industry and their impacts on the environment and human health. We will also give advice on how to use chemicals safely and effectively.
 
 
 
II. Types of chemicals in the fisheries industry
1. Disinfection and disinfection:
In the seafood industry, chemicals such as chlorine, ozone and peroxide are used for disinfection and sterilization.
 
2. Pesticides:
To combat pests and algae, seafood producers often use pesticides such as Malachite Green, Formaldehyde and Metronidazole.
 
3. Growth substances:
Growth agents such as oxytetracycline and erythromycin are commonly used in aquaculture production to promote growth of farmed animals. However, excessive use of these substances can cause negative effects on human health if seafood products are not handled properly.
 
4.Decomposition and waste treatment:
During the seafood production process, waste is often released into the environment. To minimize their impact on the environment, seafood producers often use decomposers such as Enzymes and Probiotics to help decompose waste effectively.
 
 
 
III. Impact of chemicals on the environment and human health
Excessive use of chemicals in aquaculture production and farming can cause negative impacts on the environment and human health. For example, excessive use of disinfectants and biocides can cause a significant decline in the natural microflora in the aquatic environment, thereby affecting the survival of farmed animals and other aquatic animals. other creatures.
 
In addition, excessive use of pesticides and growth enhancers can cause drug resistance in farmed animals, thereby reducing the effectiveness of these pesticides and growth enhancers. This can lead to an increase in diseases and epidemics in the seafood industry.
 
To minimize the negative impact of chemicals on the environment and human health, seafood producers should use chemicals effectively and safely. They should also ensure that seafood products are properly handled before entering the market.
 
 
 
IV.Advice on how to use chemicals safely and effectively
Minimize the use of unnecessary chemicals in aquaculture production and farming.
 
Use chemicals approved and registered by authorities.
 
Ensure that seafood products are properly handled before entering the market.
 
Monitor aquaculture and production activities to ensure that chemicals are used safely and effectively.
 
 
 
V. Frequently asked questions about chemicals in the seafood industry
1.What types of chemicals do the fisheries industry include?
Aquaculture chemicals include disinfectants, disinfectants, pesticides, growth agents, water treatment agents, food treatment agents and decomposers.
 
2.Why do seafood producers use chemicals?
Seafood producers use chemicals to help reduce the spread of disease and harmful agents during seafood production and farming.
 
3.What effects do chemicals in the seafood industry have on the environment and human health?
Excessive use of chemicals can cause negative impacts on the environment and human health, including the decline of natural microflora in aquatic environments and drug resistance in aquatic environments. farmed animal species and diseases and epidemics in the fisheries industry.
 
4.What chemicals are commonly used in the seafood industry?
In the fisheries industry, commonly used chemicals include: algaecides, antibiotics, water treatment agents, plant protection agents, disinfectants and other chemicals.
 
5.What is the impact of using chemicals on the environment and human health?
Improper use of chemicals or use of unregistered or unapproved substances can cause adverse effects on the environment and human health. These chemicals can cause environmental pollution, degrade water quality and harm aquatic animals. In addition, using substances at the wrong dosage, time and method of use can cause the development of drug and antibiotic resistance.
 
6. How to reduce unnecessary use of chemicals in the seafood industry?
To reduce unnecessary use of chemicals in the seafood industry, producers need to increase the use of sustainable and environmentally safe aquaculture methods. In addition, strengthening supervision and strict control of the use of chemicals in the fisheries industry is also an effective way to minimize their impact on the environment and human health.
 
 
 
VI.Conclusion
Aquaculture chemicals play an important role in helping to reduce the spread of diseases and harmful agents during aquaculture production and farming. However, excessive use of chemicals can cause negative impacts on the environment and human health.
 
Applying sustainable and environmentally safe aquaculture methods is also an effective way to reduce unnecessary use of chemicals in the seafood industry. Therefore, producers and participants in the seafood industry need to raise awareness and monitor the use of chemicals strictly, using only substances approved and registered by the agency. authorities, and at the same time seek and apply sustainable and environmentally safe aquaculture methods.
 
With these advances, it is hoped that the fisheries industry will continue to grow and contribute positively to the country's economic development and sustainable development.
 
Hopefully this article has helped you better understand fisheries chemicals and their impact on the environment and human health. Together, let's contribute to protecting the environment and human health!

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