About the project


About The Project

Noola Redclaw was founded to meet the increasing demand for high quality, sustainably harvested crustaceans. Through the development of our ‘Clean Technology’, it will be possible to meet the increasing demand by delivering a product of consistent high quality all year round without adding additional pressure on environmental resources. The company has adapted the concept of “Recirculating Aquaculture Systems (RAS)” for the production of our breed of crayfish, Noola Redclaw, which was selected for its taste, its growth, robustness and incredible high meat yield. RAS technology is an eco-friendly, water efficient and a highly productive farming system. It has no associated adverse environmental impacts, such as habitat destruction, water pollution and eutrophication, and negative effects on biodiversity. Moreover, RAS operates in an indoor controlled environment, and thus, is only minimally affected by climatic factors, including rainfall variation, flood, drought and global warming.

Noola redclaw crayfish
Noola redclaw crayfish

A negative side of RAS is that this technology is energy intensive. However, 47% of the energy produced in the UK is from renewable energy and with the newly launched the plan “Build Back Greener”, the UK has set the target of achieving net zero emission by 2050.

The technology developed by Noola Redclaw, in conjunction with the Government commitment of accelerating the transition to clean energy, will make us the only producer of truly sustainable and premium crayfish for national markets.