The groundwater used at Rjukan originates in Telemark’s high-altitude mountain lakes. It is naturally filtered through thick moraines, which is optimal in terms of achieving the best fish taste.Read more
The Rjukan valley in Telemark is surrounded by nature and protected by mountains. This is the valley of shadows, where the high mountains hide the sun for up to five months every year, and where a low mist creates a protected environment with its cold embrace.Read more
The Hima® Seafood facility will use modern Recycling Aquaculture system (RAS) technology. The RAS technology provided by the RAS specialists EYVI means that large quantities of fish can be produced in a sustainable manner, with low water consumption and regulated waste management.Read more
Monday 1st of August marked the start of construction for the world’s largest land-based Recycling Aquaculture System (“RAS”) trout facility. It will be based in Rjukan, Norway and is expected to produce 150 tonnes of head-on-gutted (“HOG”) trout a week, or around 8,000 tonnes per year.