Fish Pumping News

  • Vietnamese Fish Farmer Expands IPA System to Aquaponics

    Vũ Thị Thắm is among the first intensive pond aquaculture (IPA) adopters in Northern Vietnam, learning the IPA concept from a seminar organized by USSEC and Cargill in Hưng Yên, Vietnam in August 2016. Ms. Tham constructed an IPA fixed floor raceway by following the instruction of Nguyễn Hữu Thọ, a technical manager at Cargill, who joined the Shanghai ...

  • High-Quality Pumps Help Fish Farms Handle Growt

    umping systems manufacturer DESMI’s Peter Laursen offers advice to farmed-fish processing plants looking to invest in high-reliability, scaleable pumps to meet production pressures. With fewer and fewer fish in our seas, fish farming has grown to become an enormous industry worldwide – with billions of dollars in revenue and continued growth forecast for decades to come. Like ...


    By DESMI A/S

  • House passes another bill to stem California drought

    The House on Thursday passed GOP-led legislation designed to bring more water to California's farm belt amid a severe and lengthy drought. Similar efforts have faltered in the last two congressional sessions after initially passing the House, and the White House and Democrats remain opposed. The four-year California drought has forced communities to cut water use. Some rural areas have been ...


    By Associated Press

  • High-Quality Pumps Help Fish Farms Handle Growth

    Pumping systems manufacturer DESMI’s Peter Laursen offers advice to farmed-fish processing plants looking to invest in high-reliability, scaleable pumps to meet production pressures. With fewer and fewer fish in our seas, fish farming has grown to become an enormous industry worldwide – with billions of dollars in revenue and continued growth forecast for decades to come. Like any ...


    By DESMI A/S

  • Catastrophic death of 15,000 fish

    Thousands of fish died from pollution and thousands more were rescued by Environment Agency staff from a river at Halstead in Essex when toxic chemicals were spilled. Berwick Hall Farm was responsible for the pollution and today (Tues 26 Nov) appeared before magistrates to answer charges. The farm was fined £34,000 and ordered to pay full costs of £32,997 and a victim surcharge of ...

  • Environment Agency teams rescue thousands of fish distressed by the heatwave

    Environment Agency teams across the country have been rescuing thousands of fish in distress as a result of the recent weather. Hot weather combined with low rainfall can make fatal conditions for fish, while heavy intense rain also leads to an increase in diffuse pollution as result of pollutants washed off roads, sewerage systems and from agricultural land. Rapid changes in water conditions ...

  • Q&A with Ramez Naam Dialogues on the Environment

    Mark Tercek: You have been a Microsoft executive, a tech entrepreneur, a novelist and an author of two non-fiction books. What has that varied experience taught you about the best approach to solving environmental problems? Ramez Naam: It’s been quite a ride. Really those experiences have given me three core lessons that I bring to thinking about the ...


    By The Nature Conservancy

  • Bay delta salmon population just one-fifth its target size

    As California’s prized Central Valley Chinook salmon are arriving in markets and restaurants this week, a new analysis by the Natural Resources Defense Council and the Golden Gate Salmon Association reveals that the salmon fishery is limping along at only 20 percent of the population goal required by state and federal law. The Central Valley Project Improvement Act, passed by Congress in ...

  • DynaSwirl Microbubble Generator Launched

    Dynaflow, Inc. has recently developed a microbubble generator based on its patented DynaSwirl® technology.The DynaSwirl® bubble generator has a special design to generate a cavitation vortex core even at low pump pressures. The cavitation results in the generation of very fine bubbles. Air or other gases can also be easily introduced into the generator to increase bubble density, ...


    By Dynaflow, Inc.

  • AgriMarine Introduces New Tank Design and Secures Manufacturing Agreement With Industry Leader

    AgriMarine Holdings Inc. (TSX VENTURE: FSH)(OTCQX: AGMHF)(FRANKFURT: A2G) (the "Company" or "AgriMarine"), the leader in clean aquaculture technology, is pleased to announce the implementation of its new tank design for marine applications. The AgriMarine System? is the Company's proprietary floating tank technology for fin fish farming, which has been redesigned to better withstand high-energy ...


    By AgriMarine Holdings Inc.

  • Waterlife Design Group Works with St. Louis Zoo on Hellbender Propagation Facilities

    Waterlife Design Group, based in Apopka, FL, has recently worked with the Saint Louis Zoo to aide in their efforts to save an endangered aquatic species, the Ozark hellbender. In the summer of 2011, Waterlife Design Group worked to design, construct and install the new hellbender propagation facilities at the Saint Louis Zoo in St. Louis, Missouri. With the system designed by Waterlife Design ...


  • Pentair is Overall Innovation Winner at Aquatech Amsterdam

    Pentair, Inc., (NYSE: PNR), a global leader in providing innovative water solutions, was recently honored at Aquatech Amsterdam, the world's top trade exhibition for process, drinking and waste water. ...


    By Pentair, Inc.

  • DYNASWIRL® and STRATOJET® Bubble Generators

    Dynaflow, Inc. has developed  large  flow rate bubble generators based on its two patented DynaSwirl® and StratoJet® technologies.  The DynaSwirl® bubble generator generates a highly rotating flow to create a very low pressure at the center of a vortex which cavitates. This cavitation results in vortex breakdown near the orifice and generation of very ...


    By Dynaflow, Inc.

  • Long-awaited Sacramento river fish passage improvement project breaks ground

    March 23 marked the groundbreaking for the Fish Passage Improvement Project at the Red Bluff Diversion Dam (RBDD) on the Sacramento River.  The groundbreaking commemorates a milestone in the 10-year project between CH2M HILL, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, which owns the RBDD and the associated Tehama-Colusa Canal, and the Tehama-Colusa Canal Authority (TCCA), which operates and maintains the ...


    By CH2M Hill Companies, Ltd.

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