Integrated salmon and kelp farming

(l-r) Tarald Sivertsen, chair of Folla Alger, Norwegian Minister of Fisheries and Seafood, Odd Emil Ingebrigtsen and Knut Ellekjær, MD of Cermaq

Algae can both reduce emissions and be an alternative raw material in feed. Some of the nutrients released from salmon cages are water-soluble and can be used to fertilise the algae and lead to increased carbon capture.

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