AQUALOOP

Aquaculture expert floor for circular economy practice
AquaLoop at the 10th Fish Congress

Fish Congress is the largest convention of the Polish fish industry. The conference program includes presentations on wide range of topics related to fish processing technology, the future of aquaculture, marketing...

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AquaLoop at European Maritime Day 2024

On 30 and 31 May 2024, Svendborg, a Danish coastal city with a strong maritime heritage, became a vibrant hub for the EU maritime community. Svendborg hosted the European Maritime...

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AquaLoop PILOT 3 – FISHVISA

Responding to the need for development of circular economy in aquaculture, AquaLoop partner – Klaipeda University (LT) decided to conduct a pilot focused on the demonstration and promotion of aquaponic...

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The objective of the Aqualoop project is to develop, promote, and support the concept of circular aquaculture in the South Baltic region for the green transition, with a focus on nutrient loop containment with by-products production towards responsible consumption.

The foreseen actions are designed so as to develop and showcase original, innovative solutions, prepare present and future employees, business sector and customers for the circular aquaculture. The unique composition of the consortium, bringing together universities, municipalities, associations and SMEs reflects the strong interest and link between research, education, awareness raising and application in industry, essential to develop and implement circular economy based aquaculture in practice

Enjoy our journey!
Aqualoop team

Sep 2023 - Aug 2026

36 months

7 partners

DE, PL, LT, DK, SE

1 673 348 EUR

ERDF: 1 338 678 EUR

Sustainable South Baltic​​

Supporting a circular and more resource efficient development

The content of this website is the sole responsibility of the author and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union, the Managing Authority or the Joint Secretariat of the South Baltic Cross-border Cooperation Programme 2021-2027. The project AquaLoop is financed from the Interreg South Baltic Programme 2021-2027 through the European Regional Development Fund.