Seafood Circular Plastics

This is a new competence program focusing on circular economy around plastic in the seafood industry.

Seafood Circular Plastic starts in October 2023, and consists of 4 modules with gatherings from lunch to lunch. The modules will take place in the region of Bergen, Oslo and regions around Trondheim, Bodø and Tromsø. 

Application deadline is September 20th 2023. Send a brief email with your motivation for participation to


  • Module #1: 25-26 October 2023 in Bergen
  • Module #2: 29-30 November 2023 
  • Module #3: 17-18 January 2024
  • Module #4: 6-7 March 2024
Photo: Silje K. Robinson


The program is facilitates in collaboration with Sveinung Jørgensen and Lars Jacob Tynes Pedersen, experts in sustainable business and circular economy, podcast entrepreneurs, and advisors and leaders of the Centre for sustainable Business at NHH. 

Norwegian Retailers’ Environmental Fund is also collaborator and funder of the program. 

What will you gain?

  • Knowledge about terminology and circular business models
  • Insight about plastic in the seafood industry
  • Understanding of regulations, directives, and EU taxonomy
  • Introduction to relevant topics and business cases 
  • Company visits 
  • Exchange of experience and task solving through group work
  • Learning materials

Practical information

Program with 4 modules, each lasting 1 day (lunch to lunch). The first module is in October.
The application deadline has passed.

Program dates

  • Module #1: 25-26 October 2023
  • Module #2: 29-30 November 2023
  • Module #3: 17-18 January 2024
  • Module #4: 6-7 March 2024


Administration fee: 

Everyone: NOK 10 000,-

Program fee:

Members of NCE Seafood Innovation: Free of charge.

Non-members: 30 000,-


Seafood Circular Plastic program with 4 modules, each lasting 1 day (lunch to lunch).

Not included:

Travel, accommodation and diet. Hotel, diet expenses and travel costs during the gatherings will be invoiced participants after each module.

Any questions about Seafood Circular Plastics?

The application deadline has passed, but please contact program manager Solveig Holm at if you have questions