New Strategies for Improving the Sustainability of Breweries: Full Waste Recovery for Aquaculture Feed
The objective of the LIFE-Brewery project is to demonstrate an innovative and highly-replicable integrated solution to recover brewery by-products for aquaculture-feed ingredients. As demand of such ingredients is continuously growing, in this project a low-carbon dehydration process will be optimized and scale-up through an innovative combination of mechanical and thermal technologies. Moreover, aqua-feed formulas will also be optimized to maximize the amount that can be included in the diet of farmed fish.
By adding value to food waste, Life BREWERY project is targeting one of the priority areas of the EU Circular Economy Action Plan. The goals of the project are also in line with the waste hierarchy established in the Waste Framework Directive and with the EU’s new Common Fisheries Policy as it contributes to reduce the operating costs of fish farmers. Finally, the use of the new fish meal prototypes will reduce the need to catch wild fish.
LIFE Brewery project participates in a workshop to foster innovation and sustainability in the aquaculture sector
David San Martín, coordinator of the LIFE Brewery project, participated as speaker in the “Innovation and sustainability in the aquaculture sector: good practices, new technologies and eco-efficiency” workshop held in the ECIMAT (University of Vigo´s Marine Research Centre). This workshop, organized by ARIEMA Energía y Medioambiente S.L., with the support of the Mariña Research Center […]
Last week, technicians of LIFE BREWERY and both LIFE BAQUA and LIFE ALGAECAN projects held networking meetings within the 4th Ibero-American Congress on Biorefineries. The main objective of LIFE BAQUA project is to establish a new circular economy approach to take advantage of wastes from banana plantation (pseudo stem of the plant). From this pseudo stem, and using mechanical […]
Mikel Orive (AZTI) attended last week the 4th Ibero-American Congress on Biorefineries to present the latest advances of the project within “New sources of biomass” session. Co-organized by the University of Jaén and SIADEB -Ibero-American Society for the Development of Biorefineries-, the aim of this international congress was to address the latest advances in this […]