Seafish seeks energy ‘hotspots’

Angus Garrett: "We are keen to work with the industry to test the process and metholodogy so we can make any necessary improvements"

Seafish is looking for businesses to take part in user trials of its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions profiling tool that can help identify energy ‘hotspots’ in the seafood product supply chain.

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