A fish filleting container created by Royal Wolf for a local Auckland marae is now the centre of a research and development project producing organic fertiliser made from fish gills and offal.
Located at Papatūānuku Kōkiri Marae in Mangere, the modified 20-foot container is used by The Kai Ika Project which provide tasty fish heads and off cuts, that would normally go to waste, to the local community.
As well as continuing to help feed families and those in need, the container is a hub for the fertiliser project which is a key part of Kai Ika’s waste utilisation Kaupapa (focus).
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Community Container Hub Breaks Fertile Ground (royalwolf.co.nz)