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No Waste! Food Circle

The business network “No Waste! Food Circle” is going to develop and market products and solutions for a sustainable food production, based on food waste/organic waste and circular business models.
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Green carbon capture and pilot greenhouse

At “The Magic Factory”, the biogas plant in Tønsberg, food waste and livestock manure is transformed into biogas, biofertilizer and CO2.
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Making biogas production more efficient

The research project has received grants from Oslofjordfondet, and aims to develop a new process that will increase the energy conversion rate of existing biogas plants from 30-50 % to 75 %. Thus making biogas plants even more environmentally sustainable.
Fruit and plastic packaging

PacKnoPlast - sustainable food packaging

Plastic should only be used as part of a food product packaging system where it is proven the most environmentally preferable option relating to climate effects and plastic littering, based on packaging functions required to minimize food waste.
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Regional Centre for marine littering - plastics

Asker aims to be a litter free municipality, also with respect to marine littering and plastic waste. Together with No Waste! and Mepex, Asker is leading a project in order to investigate the possibility of creating a regional centre for marine littering.
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Recycling of fiberglass boats

Discarded fiber glass boats are becoming an environmental problem. We are building a demonstration site at Tofte - for receiving, processing and recycling glass fiber boats. This will be the starting point for creating a sustainable business and jobs.
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By-products from King Crab

Today, only 60 % of the King Crab is used as a food resource. 40 % is regarded as waste and is dumped into the sea.