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A Swiss firm that specializes in harnessing industrial waste and byproducts to create valuable resources as part of a circular economy initiative is looking to expand its presence in the seafood sector. The company, which has already established itself in other industries such as agriculture and energy production, believes that its innovative approach to resource recovery can help the seafood industry reduce waste and improve sustainability.

“We are excited about the potential for our technology to make a significant impact in the seafood industry,” said the CEO of the Swiss firm. “By turning industrial byproducts into valuable resources, we can help reduce waste and promote sustainability.”

The company’s process involves using advanced technologies such as pyrolysis and gasification to convert waste materials into biofuels, chemicals, and other valuable resources. These materials can then be used in a variety of applications, including fertilizers, plastics, and even food additives.

The Swiss firm has already partnered with several major players in the seafood industry, including processing plants and aquaculture operations. These partnerships have allowed the company to test its technology on real-world scenarios and refine its processes for maximum efficiency.

“Our goal is to help businesses in the seafood industry adopt more sustainable practices,” said the CEO. “By working together with our partners, we can create a more circular economy that benefits everyone involved.”

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