The recently established company Aquasolis Global has developed a highly efficient, easily deployable reverse osmosis system for water purification and desalination.
The world's most advanced paper sorting line is under construction at Norsk Gjenvinning’s main plant in Oslo. It can make waste paper an attractive raw material.
After a decade of research, Norwegian biotech Marealis has developed a sustainable natural health product to prevent and treat elevated blood pressure, derived from previously discarded prawn shells.
Fish processing equipment from Melbu Systems ensures that all parts of a fish are utilised to supply alternative markets and convert by-products to fertiliser.
The GreenCap Environmental Control System provides energy-efficient climate control for industrial greenhouses where natural conditions are challenging for production efficiency.
EuroVanillin Supreme is a naturally derived bio-based vanillin made using Norway spruce – a natural and sustainable raw material. It has a smooth aromatic profile and is a sustainable substitute for oil-based vanillin.
WAI Environmental Solutions treats wastewater and organic waste using pyrolysis. The company’s belt drying solution and pyrolysis plant reduce the negative impact of untreated waste streams while feeding the circular economy.
Biowater Technology has developed a unique biological wastewater treatment process for municipal and industrial applications, integrating high-rate anaerobic and aerobic treatment.
Foods of Norway uses wood, seaweed and other renewable bioresources to develop sustainable ingredients for animal feed. The feed has been tested on salmon and pigs.
Exilva, a new type of product called cellulose fibrils (also known as nanocellulose), is a powerful additive created using cellulose from Scandinavian forests. It improves rheology, stability and structure in product formulations and is an all-natural, sustainable substitute for oil-based additives.
BioCHOS develops fungicides based on by-products from the shellfish industry. Once on the market, they can replace some of the current toxic fungicides.