Full text: Iceland 1930

ploying water power as their motive force. There are also a few fac- 
lories which prepare fish oil, herring-quano and fish meal for export, 
and a number of machine shops along the coasts. Of other factories 
may here be mentioned those engaged in the manufacture of marga- 
rine, soap, non-alcoholic beverages and sweets for the homemarket. 
Reykjavik has a slipwav chiefly intended for repairs and the build- 
ing of small vessels; and a gas-works and a power-plant supplying 
gas and electricity. 
In various parts of the country electrical plants have been erected, 
most of them employing water power as their motive force. 
{For fish-curing houses, see page 69).

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