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Seaweed Farming services for Aquaculture

  • Aquaculture Services

    Poseidon and its staff have worked with the aquaculture sector for many years at the research, production, marketing, both a business and sector planning levels. Much of our recent work has been focused on examining the environmental impacts of different aquaculture systems, and on economic analysis to complete value chain analyses and assess ...

    By Poseidon Aquatic Resource Management Ltd based in Lymington, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Celtic Sea - Science and Research Services

    Since Celtic Sea Minerals was founded 25 years ago there has been a consistent commitment to investing ii science and research in order to further our knowledge of marine algae.

    By Celtic Sea Minerals based in Co. Cork, IRELAND.

  • Macroalgae Pilot Facilities Services

    Three of the EnAlgae pilot facilities are dedicated to looking at how macroalgae (seaweeds) might be better grown, harvested and converted into bioenergy. This page tells you about the reseach at each site.

    By EnAlgae based in Swansea, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Fotosintetica - Consulting Services

    F&M offers consultancy and services on different topics. Customized algae process development and plant design. F&M with its technical team is able to offer specific solutions for pilot to large scale algae plants, including site evaluation, design, installation and start-up.

    By Fotosintetica & Microbiologica S.r.l. based in Firenze, ITALY.

  • Consulting Services

    CreveTec can assist you with: Consulting for shrimp farming with zero exchange of water and utilisation of bioflocs. Assistance for formulation, production and quality conrol of various aquafeeds (shrimp, trout, tilapia, catfish, seabream). Assistance for existing Aquaculture feed production units: Audit of formulas, raw material sourcing, ...

    By CreveTec bvba based in Ternat, BELGIUM.

  • Sustainable Livelihood Development Services

    In many coastal communities fishing is a key livelihood; however the majority of small-scale fisheries have not been well managed. As overfishing reduces livelihood opportunities and forces people to prosecute fisheries with increasingly destructive techniques, the need to adequately manage local fishing grounds and encourage sustainable ...

    By MacAlister Elliott & Partners Ltd based in Lymington, UNITED KINGDOM. from Community and Fisheries Development Service line

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