Recirculation Aquaculture News

  • Skretting to invest EUR 6 million in expanding R&D capacity

    Skretting has research facilities in Norway, China, Italy, Japan, Australia, Egypt and Ecuador. To match the rapid growth of aquaculture and the technological advancements of the industry, the decision has been taken to invest in expanding its research capabilities to continue to support the ever-changing industry’s progress. Skretting’s R&D expansion will focus on two key areas. ...


    By Skretting - Nutreco Group

  • Workshop Offers Insight into Aquaculture

    Ohio needs more fish farmers, and researchers at the Ohio Center for Aquaculture Research and Development are working to meet that need. The center will offer a daylong introductory workshop on aquaculture and aquaponics Oct. 29 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The workshop, which will be held at The Ohio State University South Centers, 1864 Shyville Road in Piketon, is designed to offer participants ...


    By Farm Science Review

  • Fish farming finds its way to land-locked Midwest

     The latest of five generations who have worked the same ground in northeastern Nebraska, 52-year-old Scott Garwood, isn't growing corn or cattle - it's fish. Specifically, thousands of an Australian freshwater species called barramundi - often dubbed Asian sea bass because of its similar sweet, white flaky flesh - in large tanks inside a warehouse. With global consumption of seafood ...


    By Associated Press

  • Primozone supplies super-efficient ozone generator for European project improving ozone technology at aquaculture applications

    Primozone is one of four equipment suppliers for a European project for improving the efficiency and safety of ozone use in the management of water quality in the aquaculture sector including Recirculation Aquaculture Systems (RAS). Ozone has a number of advantages when it comes to improving water quality at RAS. At land based fish farms, where fish is raised in tanks, there is often a ...


    By Primozone Production AB

  • Nepal sees potential in aquaponics

    Nepal sees food security potential in aquaponics, a combination of aquaculture and hydroponics. Aquaculture efficiently ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Industrial Aquaculture

    Aquaculture is the fastest growing sector within food production and with its 60 million tonne annual production is now nearly supplying half of all seafood consumed worldwide. FAO has estimated that aquaculture production will contribute with another 40 million tonne by 2030 to cover the world's protein needs. It is acknowledged that recirculation technology will play an important role in the ...


    By CREATECH Aqua ApS

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