AKVA advances land-based farming in Iceland

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Team-up between AKVA and Laxey signifies a shift towards land-based salmon production, focusing on sustainability and environmental protection

The agreement will focus on implementing re-use technology across the first of six grow-out modules planned for the site in the Westman Islands.

Each module is designed to produce 4,500 tonnes of salmon per year, culminating in a total output of 27,000 tonnes once all modules are up and running.

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