Is it possible to cut krill fishing carbon footprint?

Logo_Tharos_fondotranspYes !! Up to 7 times when krill’s “bioluminescence” effect is put in good practice.

Norwegian NITG has a patented process that, when applied to its Northern krill fishing operation, no (long) trawling nets were required. If krill is attracted using special lights, there is no need of long trawling nets, hence reducing the size of trawlers, less fuel consumption, less transshipment vessels, less trawlers construction costs and significantly less logistics complexities. When added to Tharos’ onboard processing model….. this is a real way of protecting the environment while sourcing humans and other animals with fresh, pure, solvent-free, high-quality and valuable products.

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