The Newfoundland Environmental Registration process provides an impartial technical review of the project design by 23 provincial and federal departments and authorities. Environmental registration provides a technical review of the production and management systems in place. Furthermore, the process determines the regulatory environment and codes for the operation. As we prepare for the spring growing season, we plan to move the project forward with stakeholders at the municipal and provincial levels.
Co-founder Diane Hollett commented on the successful completion saying “the registered project demonstrated that the process is compatible with environmental protection and community values. We designed a bio-tech process to stabilize a notoriously difficult ingredient, fish, and optimize it into a stable, pumpable liquid readily used by farmers.
Fish uses soil biology to create crop return, and it’s a safe, affordable alternative. The liquid quickly absorbs into foliar and soil, any lingering fish smell dissipates within hours, not days. The system preserves ambient air quality and the smell is not detectable outside the plant.”