BioSustain

We makes sustainability tangible

BioMar understands we need to share our natural resources with the other inhabitants of this planet. Aquaculture should take only our share. That is why we use both certified krill and wild fish, whilst seeking alternative nutrients that don’t take from the human or animal food chain. Helping to ensure there is a tomorrow for us all.

BioMar’s sustainability programme and concept, BioSustain™, helps to drive the uptake of high quality, low-impact raw materials in feed recipes, thereby promoting sustainable aquaculture and responsibly produced seafood.

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Click below to see the science-based solutions in our sustainability tool kit

With aquafeeds being crucial to the responsible growth of the aquaculture industry, our Blue Impact feed are designed to progressively transform aquaculture.

Blue Impact Feed

The BioSustain Impact Parameters provide you with holistic coverage of the most market-critical environmental impacts from feed production.

BioSustain Impact Parameters

Results (8)

    1 million tonnes of salmon feed with microalgae

    Marine ingredients are a finite resource, and by including microalgae in aquaculture diets, we can help stabilise the pressure on fish stocks.

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    BioMar Australia announces new vessel

    BioMar Australia is excited to announce a $15 million-dollar, nation-leading project to construct the first green methanol ready vessel in Australia.

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    New direct trans shipping route between Nelson and Tasmania

    During the pandemic, supplies to New Zealand were severely interrupted, causing significant delays and potentially catastrophic ramifications for the aquaculture industry in New Zealand.

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    Facts about krill

    The krill that lives in the Antarctic has adapted to extremely low sea temperatures.

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    BioMar Australia announces new vessel

    BioMar Australia is excited to announce a $15 million-dollar, nation-leading project to construct the first green methanol ready vessel in Australia.

    Read more

    New direct trans shipping route between Nelson and Tasmania

    During the pandemic, supplies to New Zealand were severely interrupted, causing significant delays and potentially catastrophic ramifications for the aquaculture industry in New Zealand.

    Read more

    1 million tonnes of salmon feed with microalgae

    Marine ingredients are a finite resource, and by including microalgae in aquaculture diets, we can help stabilise the pressure on fish stocks.

    Read more

    Facts about krill

    The krill that lives in the Antarctic has adapted to extremely low sea temperatures.

    Read more