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After a period in other engineering companies, Morten Helgesen from Larvik is now returning to the aquaculture industry and Krüger Kaldnes.
The demand for seafood is rising like never before, and unsustainable fishing has depleted the oceans. Recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS) can present a sustainable solution by producing seafood in land-based systems with water treatment and reuse.

Read article with Sharada Navada and NTNU.
Sharada Navada (30) spiser ikke fisk, men nå har prosessingeniøren tatt en doktorgrad i fiskehelse der de oppsiktsvekkende resultatene fra forskningen allerede har blitt tatt i bruk av oppdrettsnæringen.

(Text in Norwegian)
Krüger Kaldnes AS has entered into an agreement with one of the world’s largest producers of farmed salmon, SalMar. The agreement involves construction of the world’s largest fish hatchery in Tjuin, Norway.
Two experts from Veolia Water Technologies are scheduled to present at RASTech 2019, a technical conference and tradeshow serving the emerging recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS) sector.
"The Importance of Intake Water” and its impact on the economic success at large-scale aquaculture facilities.