Re-Nuble forms partnership with CruzFoam for indoor farming nutrients utilizing seafood

An indoor tomato farm by Re-Nuble.
New York City, U.S.A.-based Re-Nuble, which repurposes organic waste nutrients for use in indoor farms, has partnered with Santa Cruz, California, U.S.A.-based start-up CruzFoam to reduce seafood waste.  CruzFoam utilizes shrimp shell byproduct to create packaging. The two companies' collaboration will introduce seafood waste in to the Re-Nuble production cycle. Re-Nuble has a goal of upcycling apportion of an annual approximation of 1.3 billion MT. “We felt [CruzFoam] would be a good partner…


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