What happens to the removed or ‘leftover’ fatty acids which aren’t Omega-3s? They are used as feedstocks that are made into clean burning diesel fuel for school buses, delivery trucks, and other diesel vehicles, making a useful renewable energy source out of these fish leftovers.

This valuable fish-based resource represents a continued commitment to “using the whole fish” for the greenest possible solutions for the planet and is a respectful use of this valuable wild resource. Biodiesel reduces particulate emissions that cause smog, provides necessary lubrication to diesel engines, and is a sustainable, cost-effective alternative energy source for transportation.