Leather Produced From Discarded Salmon Skin

Leather Produced From Discarded Salmon Skin
Innovation

Nanai Leather uses the salmon skin normally discarded from fish canneries to produce leather goods.

Kyle Studstill
  • 3 february 2010

Nanai Leather has adapted the method used by the Eastern Siberian people of the company’s namesake, producing leather goods from the skin of salmon. The manufacturers use normally discarded skin from fish canneries, and colors the leather for products using chrome free vegetable tanning.

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