Participation at the ESNI 2023

Participation at the ESNI 2023

Last 20th of September, CATAR, NEIKER, AZTI and BETA presented their respective technological approaches in the framework of SEA2LAND project at the Environmental Sustainable...

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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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SEA2LAND at the CHANIA 2023

SEA2LAND at the CHANIA 2023

Haizea Domínguez and Bruno Iñarra, from AZTI, presented the results of the project at the CHANIA 2023, 10th International Conference on Sustainable Solid Waste Management,...

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

sLCA methodology and standards applied to bio-based fertilizers from fisheries/aquaculture wastes

Fish and aquaculture production has constantly grown following demographic evolution. According to the FAO (FAO, 2022), the production of these sectors should reach 202 million tons in 2030, with aquaculture increasing its proportion to about half. Even if food/fish loss is not taken into account, a large quantity and diversity of wastes is generated such as fish sludges, bones, viscera and heads, mollusc shells … 

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