Nofir has built an international, circular-economy network harvesting discarded nets and ropes from fisheries and aquaculture. This creates value while combating a longstanding threat to marine life and the environment.
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.
Powel Water Alert enables water utilities to detect leakages at an early stage, minimising water waste and helping to maintain a stable drinking water supply.
N2 Applied has created a closed-cycle, on-farm system for producing nitrogen fertiliser. It lets farmers produce high-quality fertiliser using locally sourced manure and renewable energy.
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.
Norwegian Technology’s solutions for wastewater treatment originated in the petroleum industry. They promote sustainable management of water resources.
The Hias Process is a novel solution for environment-friendly treatment of wastewater. It is cost-effective and carbon-friendly – and fuels the circular economy with recycled phosphorus.
The recently established company Aquasolis Global has developed a highly efficient, easily deployable reverse osmosis system for water purification and desalination.
Empower is creating a global plastic recycling ecosystem driven by blockchain technology. Yet to be commercially implemented, the system could incentivise clean-up of plastic everywhere.