Aquaculture Solutions

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years in aquaculture business


scientific research


years in scientific research



Our vision for the future sees aquaculture as a sustainable and efficient source of nutrition, playing an essential role in environmental development and improving the quality of life of people around the world. Through innovation and sustainable practices, we can address pressing global issues such as food security and pollution.

Through our technology, we can purify and enrich paper, which is a difficult process even for specialized bacteria. We can develop fish feeds from recycled materials through innovation, meeting the growing demand for sustainability and creating nutrient-rich products that meet the latest standards. Enriched feeds ensure optimal growth and health of fish, contributing to their well-being through balanced nutrition.

Problem and Solution


In Canada, the disposal of over 15 million tonnes of paper annually remains unaddressed, primarily due to contamination issues. At the same time, the aquaculture industry faces a significant 20% shortfall in the supply of essential fish feeds. With our innovative solution, we create dry granulated fish food from complicated to recycle paper. 

Our technology allows us to effectively 'nourish' paper, a process previously thought to be impossible or extremely difficult, even for specialized species of bacteria. These bacteria play a key role in cleaning paper and recycling food waste.



Our process begins with collecting contaminated paper from mills that currently have difficulty recycling such materials.

The contaminated paper along with the slurry is placed in our bioreactor. Inside it, the fermentation process of cellulose derived from paper by-products takes place, resulting in a high-quality feed protein ingredient. After fermentation, the product undergoes a lyophilization process to ensure thorough drying.

Sustainable aquaculture 


Traditional fish feeds rely heavily on the use of fishmeal and fish oil extracted from wild fish, leading to environmental problems such as overfishing, resource depletion, and environmental damage. 

The use of recovered paper in fish feed production reduces pressure on wild fish populations and provides a sustainable, environmentally friendly alternative for the aquaculture sector.

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Why now?


Overfishing continues to be a problem in the world's oceans, and FAO, in its 2020 World Fisheries and Aquaculture report, sounds the alarm about the deterioration of fish stocks.

Aquaculture will dominate the seafood market in the coming years, and the same FAO report says it could revolutionize global food production if managed sustainably. Creating fish food from waste paper simultaneously addresses two critical sustainability challenges eliminating waste and preserving the marine environment.



Our unique team combines a wealth of experience, knowledge and practical skills to address a wide range of challenges and opportunities in aquaculture and related scientific industries. We are committed to two important sustainability goals — zero waste and preserving the marine environment.

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