Oxitrate AS is a Norwegian company that was established in 2008. With 15 years of experience in the industry, we have gradually worked our way up to be the market leader in environmentally friendly water treatment.

We offer solutions for automated bacterial identification, with the goal of ensuring safe food production – primarily for the fishing industry. The company currently has eight employees and is well established with major fish suppliers in Norway, Scotland, Ireland and France.

Our story

Oxitrate AS was established in 1989 as Medis Pharmaceuticals AS, before adopting its current name in 2022. Tor Wauer, founder of Oxitrate AS, has worked actively for many years on the development of products and solutions that the industry needs. Oxitrate is constantly working to find solutions to the challenges facing its customers, with special emphasis on developing cost-effective and innovative solutions that focus on environmental concerns and meet current environmental requirements.

Long-term customer relationships

Oxitrate Team

Tor Wauer

Managing Director

Lasse Boberg

Technical manager

Morten Normann

Automation Technician

Maiken Tangen

Business Development Manager

Dennis Wauer


Per Kristian Jacobsen


Svein Bentzen

Board member/Product Developer

Jon Ulfsrud


Latest news

New purification requirements for the fishing industry

In November 2023, new EU requirements for emissions and waste management will be introduced for several industries, which will apply to Europe and Norway as a whole.

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The Oxitrate System now with three new areas of use

We at Oxitrate have worked hard to further develop the user benefit of an installed system for all our customers. We are now launching extended use and benefits of your facility with three new areas of use beyond Oxitrate Dozing into waterline(s)​.

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How Oxitrate will solve the new EU BAT regulations for wastewater treatment

New EU requirements for discharge of process water have consequences for Norwegian salmon slaughterhouses and fish reception.

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