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Good news for farmers
and environmentalists!

The use of BBF can reduce resource mining, pollution and greenhouse gas emission when they replace mineral fertilisers. Moreover, they can be produced from the recovery of nutrients from fish processing and aquaculture by-products. Based on the circular economy model, the EU-funded SEA2LAND project will promote the production of large-scale fertilisers in the EU from own raw materials. This solution is expected to reduce the soil nutrient imbalance in Europe. To test the solution, the project will produce several BBFs for local crops and conditions as well as others for exporting (with high value and effectiveness to ensure a low environmental impact). Eventually, the BBFs will partially replace imported nutrients for agriculture in Europe.

Latest news

Harvest problems in France

Harvest problems in France

On Thursday 29th June, the trial was planted in Pau, France, after 15 days of delay due to the weather conditions. Our partners were able to collect plant samples in the first...

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Optimization of the autolysis of rainbow trout viscera for amino acid release using response surface methodology

Optimization of the autolysis of rainbow trout viscera for amino acid release using response surface methodology

Aquaculture has grown exponentially during the last decades, even overcoming traditional fishing in volume since 2012 (Iñarra et al, 2018). The rise of the production of fish involves the rise of fish by-products, that in case of being disposed could suppose an environmental risk. Fish viscera are part of the by-products used to produce
fishmeal and are the 10-18 % of the whole fish weight.

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The collaboration with other projects related to SEA2LAND will be made in order to disseminate the project and promote their results  for facilitating the access to their markets.