We are working on a project to produce biomethane and bio-fertilizer from wet-organic waste, including fish waste. We are currently conducting laboratory tests to optimize the feed mix.

What is it?

Biomethane is created from wet-organic waste through a process called anaerobic digestion. The process involves breaking down organic materials in the absence of oxygen, producing biogas and digestate.


Bioconversion enables both reduced fossil GHG emissions and the circular economy. Biogas can replace fossil fuels in transportation and industry, and the digestate output from the bioconversion process can be used as bio-fertilizer, returning phosphorus, nitrogens and other valuable nutrients to the soil.

Where can it be used?

Biomethane is a sustainable fuel that can replace fossil fuels in long-haul and maritime transportation. Bio-fertilzer can replace synthetic fertilizer in agriculture. By using fish waste as a feedstock, Mana aims to provide a new valuable use case for a current problem waste fraction.

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Adis Cengic

Project Director, Clean Heat & Power

Adis has more than 15 years of experience from industry, including leadership roles at NG Group, Avery Dennison, and Norsk Hydro. As a Production Director at NG Group, he built one of the most sophisticated paper sorting machines in Northern Europe. Adis holds a BSc in Computer Science from the University of South Wales and a BSc in Electronics from Bergen Tekniske Fagskole.