Seaweed is very suitable for biofuel-making methods like anaerobic digestion to make biogas and fermentation to make ethanol.

In addition, many seaweed species have high carbohydrate and low lignin content that is perfect for making bioethanol.


Chemical fertilisers are damaging to the health and life of the planet. Seaweed fertilisers are regenerative and have a broad range of benefits to plants beyond plant nutrition.

They also promote bacterial activity in soil mediums, improve root nutrient intake and have the ability to improve resistance to disease, pests and abiotic plant stress.


Plastic waste is a huge environmental problem.

Seaweed bio plastics are 100% biodegradable and can be used to make a wide range of products, an essential replacement as the world transitions away from single use plastic and the pollution of land and ocean that comes with it.


The ocean covers 71 percent of the earth’s surface, it presently only contributes 2 percent to the world’s food supply on a caloric basis.

Seaweed is a superfood packed with a wide range of macro and micronutrients, such as fibre, omega-3, iodine and protein.

Seaweed can contribute directly to food security as a nutrient-rich food source.

Seaweed cultivation can also contribute to food security by serving as a nursery to forage fisheries, thereby helping to rejuvenate fish stocks.