Dead fish to power Norwegian ships
By Guardian Exclusive
29 November 2018 | 4:00 pm
Norwegian cruise operator Hurtigruten plans to use dead fish to power its ships in other to reduce pollution and climate change. Leftover dead fish from Norway's large fishing industry will be mixed with other organic wastes to make a liquefied biogas in place of heavy fuel oil.
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