Tired of the hassle and costs that come with owning and maintaining equipment? If that’s the case, it might be wise to consider the innovative concept of the Bioretur Agreement.
Bioretur’s sludge treatment plant processes and collects particulate sludge from land-based aquaculture facilities using traditional mechanical dewatering, achieving around 90% solids separation. However, for further removal of nitrogen and phosphorus, an additional polishing module is required to capture these nutrients even in dissolved form.
Is using fish sludge in biochar actually the most sustainable and rational way to utilize resources? Does it solve a waste problem, what is allowed, and what potentially disappears in the process? The experts provide answers.
Bioretur is an exhibitor at Aqua Nor 2023 and we hope to see you in Trondheim from August 22nd to 24th. You can find us at booth E-433.
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