-We want to contribute to better arrangements

-We want to contribute to better arrangements

– Holmøy Seafood Group from Sortland is involved in a large-scale investment in creating value from plastic waste generated by the fishing and aquaculture industry, Holmøy wrote in a press release on Tuesday afternoon.

Plastterminalen AS was established earlier this year with the aim of building a new facility in Bremen.

The project is about a more sustainable use of plastic from the fishing and aquaculture industry.

– Unique on the scale of Northern Norway, according to Holmøy Maritime, which now enters the Plastterminalen ownership side with eight percent. The company’s founder, Reno-Vest Bremnes AS, owns the remaining shares.

We are concerned with the future of the sea and the green transformation. We want to contribute to improving arrangements that can prevent plastic from going astray. It is hoped that the plastic plant will significantly increase the recycling rate of plastics generated by the fishing industry, says Holmøy Maritime AS General Manager Kay-Arne Nygård.

– Holmøy is an important player in Norwegian fisheries and aquaculture, which is why it uses plastic in its tools. For us at Reno-Vest, it means a lot to have the same industry on board when we try to start something new to improve plastic handling, says the waste company’s managing director, Elise Gustafsen, in the press release.

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