FISK

An economical and sustainable replacement of the current fish feed products

The FISK project will provide an economical and sustainable replacement of the current fish feed products and will also contribute to the understanding of the different technology routes from forest to protein. Furthermore, the project will increase the level of usefulness and value of forest biomass that is not part of construction wood by using GROT (branches and tops) and waste streams (spent sulphite liquor) from the forest industry. The project will identify bottlenecks that will demand further research to assure a correct technology selection.

News in this project

Research project on production of single cell proteins for fish feed from forest-based biomass (the “Fisk”-project) has been completed with good results

The “Fisk”-project has contributed to increase the interest in new sustainable feed sources – Single Cell Protein (SCP) from wood biomass. During...

Protein production from forest-based biomass – “FISK” project

RISE PFI participates in a new Scandinavian research project partly funded through EUs Interreg-program and Trøndelag County Council. The project...

Protein production from forest-based biomass – “FISK” project

RISE PFI participates in a new Scandinavian research project partly funded through EUs Interreg-program and Trøndelag County Council. The project...

Research partners and funding:

Research partners

RISE Processum and RISE PFI are the research partners. Synergifabrikken, Domsjö, Norrskog and WoodWorks! are  industrial partners.

Funding

Interreg Sweden-Norway, Trøndelag County Municipality and Region Västernorrland

Project periode: 2020 – 2022