Fisheries as a biowaste source

Fisheries has the challenges of handling the biowaste cost effectively. Also the fish and seafood waste is smelly. The challenges are the costs of transportation and gate fees of bringing the biowaste to dump yards. Also energy price is a challenge.

Fish and other seafood waste can also be used as raw material for FimusKraft biogas plant. The lack of space for the biowaste might be a challenge too. Make money with the residues and surplus material of your biomass!

Details of the solution

In the area of fishing industry there are typically several fisheries. If the fisheries are small, they could collect the fish waste in one place to get enough biowaste for fermentation process. Each module of FKBP system produces minimum 30 kW electricity, which can be used to feed in the grid with bio-electricity. The need of electricity for charging the machines, lightning and running the processes can be filled with this bioenergy. Generally each module produces minimum 60 kW heat, which can be used in processes and warming the buildings.

Fermentation process is changing the biowaste sources to nutrient rich bio-fertilizer, high in nitrogen and phosphorus. Further processing after fermentation produces high quality bio-fertilizer both solid and liquid form. This bio-fertilizer can be sold to farmers.

The dedicated sea food bio-waste depending on the content can be source of valuable raw materials for pharma, F&B and chemical industries. On request FimusKraft will conduct the testing, and if results are positive, the development of these materials will be included to the FKBP system. Selling this side product increase the profitability of the company.

When company handles the biowaste locally, they save the transportation costs and gate fees. It’s also environment friendly way to handle the waste where it’s made. Also you will reduce the carbon footprint and GHG emissions. All in all FKBP system is an environmental friendly way to handle the waste.