RAS and industrial symbiosis for sustainable food production
TETRAS aims to improve the economic and environmental sustainability of recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS) by demonstrating new concepts of industrial symbiosis where RAS are placed strategically or combined with industrial processes to increase resource efficiency (water or energy) while producing affordable and healthy food. The project will develop tools and standards to assess and monitor RAS and promote investment, rollup, and expansion of these food systems. TETRAS is led by a consortium of research organisations, academic institutions and business organisations and is supported by Interreg Baltic Sea Region under the Water-Smart Societies programme – Blue Bioeconomy.
TETRAS is a consortium of 10 project partners, including SUBMARINER Network’s members.
Maria J. de la Peña, Project Manager