Sustainability

Since 2011 we have collected:

60 847 tons

of discarded fishing and fish farming equipment.
In 2022 we collected

6 246 tons

of discarded fishing and fish farming equipment.
In 2021 we collected

6 726 tons

of discarded fishing and fish farming equipment.
In 2020 we collected

6 241 tons

of discarded fishing and fish farming equipment.
In 2019 we collected

3 151 tons

of discarded fishing and fish farming equipment.
In 2018 we collected

4 741 tons

of discarded fishing and fish farming equipment.
In 2017 we collected

7 429 tons

of discarded fishing and fish farming equipment.
In 2016 we collected

6 080 tons

of discarded fishing and fish farming equipment.
In 2015 we collected

5 699 tons

of discarded fishing and fish farming equipment.
In 2014 we collected

4 886 tons

of discarded fishing and fish farming equipment.
In 2013 we collected

4 282 tons

of discarded fishing and fish farming equipment.
In 2012 we collected

2 736 tons

of discarded fishing and fish farming equipment.
In 2011 we collected

2 361 tons

of discarded fishing and fish farming equipment.

Positive effects of

Material recycling

Reduction in greenhouse gas emissions

Negative effects of

Energy recovery

Increase in greenhouse gas emissions

Our activity in numbers

0 tonn

of equipment collected by Nofir equals:

Total decrease 
in carbon footprint:

219 000 tons

CO2 eqv.

Passengers flying Oslo - London:

1 991 000

CO2 emissions per plane passenger

Results

Leg

Aircraft

CF

Trips

GCD/pkm

CO2

NOx

CO

HC

H2O

SO2

OSLO- LONDON

SK A319-100 (141 seats)

71.6%

1

1050 km

110 kg

0.47 kg

0.12 kg

0.00 kg

43 kg

0.03 kg

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