“We are delighted with the pool pit progress, which is ahead of schedule. This adds flexibility to our plan which helps to de-risk the overall build-out project,” says Martin Rasmussen, CEO of Andfjord Salmon.
In line with its sustainability profile, Andfjord Salmon has adopted a mass balance approach for the current build-out phase, whereby excavated masses from pool pits and waterways are used in the development of a new harbour at Kvalnes.
Every day, as many as 300 dump truck loads are transported from the pits to the harbour area. The excavated masses will be used to develop a quay and a breakwater. The mass balance approach considerably reduces both operating costs and CO2 emissions associated with the build-out.
Both the harbour area and waterways workstreams are progressing as planned.
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ABOUT ANDFJORD SALMON
Located at Kvalnes on the island of Andøya on the Arctic Archipelago of Vesterålen, Norway, Andfjord Salmon has developed an innovative and sustainable aquaculture concept for land-based farming of Atlantic salmon, based on a flow-through technology solution. The company's ambition is to build the world's most sustainable and fish-friendly aquaculture facility of its kind.
Andfjord Salmon AS is listed on Euronext Growth under the ticker ANDF.