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, aquafeed formulas will also be optimized to maximize the inclusion levels  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.


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LIFE BREWERY in the Sustainability Forum 2020

Today, David San Martin has participated in the conference: “The brewers of Europe Sustainability Forum”, in which he has shown the solution for the by-products valorization of brewing and the generation of secondary raw materials of higher value than solutions that currently take place in most companies.   This year, due to the COVID-19 situation, […]

Fourth monitoring meeting with NEEMO

The fourth monitoring and first on-line monitoring meeting of the LIFE BREWERY project was held yesterday. This meeting was attended by all the project members (IRTA, Riera Nadeu, The Brewers of Europe, LKS and AZTI), where all progresses achieved during this last year were presented to the monitoring team -NEEMO-. Up to date, the pilot […]

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