Increased focus on fish sludge capture in Norway

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At Alumichem, we are ready to support the increased focus on fish sludge capture and utilization in Norway for an even more sustainable fish-based food production.

Alumichem (Thomas Eilkær and Christian Bang-Møller) on Aqua Nor 2021 in Trondheim Norway, presenting solutions for Aquaculture effluent treatment.

In order to solve environmental challenges and to be able to use new areas along the coast, Odd-Emil Ingebrigtsen Minister of Fisheries and Seafood, proposes to establish a new permit scheme for aquaculture.

The aquaculture industry creates great value for Norway, but further growth must take place within a sustainable framework. This permit scheme will contribute to positive technology development, and a more sustainable food production, says Minister of Climate and Environment Sveinung Rotevatn.

Solutions for sustainable aquaculture

Strict environmental requirements will be set for the applicants, including a minimum of 60% collection of effluent.

At Alumichem we have a long history of providing solutions for aquaculture effluent treatment and we are ready to support Norway and facilitate a more sustainable fish-based food production.       

Read more about our solutions for Aquaculture effluent treatment 
https://alumichem.com/applications/aquaculture-sludge-treatment/ 

Sources 
https://norwaytoday.info/news/norways-minister-of-fisheries-wants-to-give-fish-farmers-access-to-new-areas-along-the-coast/
https://ilaks.no/ingebrigtsen-foreslar-ny-miljoorientert-konsesjonsordning/

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