aquaculture water quality monitoring equipment News

  • 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

  • In-Situ Inc. Announces Acquisition of PR Aqua Supplies Ltd.

    In-Situ® Inc. announced today the acquisition of PR Aqua Supplies Ltd., a leading aquaculture solutions provider based in Nanaimo, BC, Canada. PR Aqua designs and integrates comprehensive systems for water treatment and fish handling in the public and private sectors on a worldwide basis. The partnership with PR Aqua adds to In-Situ Inc.’s sales, ...

    By In-Situ, Inc.

  • Freshwater Institute helps protect and restore healthy populations of Salmon

    “We have to keep finding new ways to increase the supply of healthy seafood,” said Joe Hankins, vice president at The Conservation Fund. “Because we continuously filter and clean the water in our tanks, our fish are healthy, and we’ve never had to use antibiotics, pesticides or other treatments to keep them that way. With the new water quality monitoring equipment and ...

    By YSI - a Xylem brand

  • Aqua-Cage Fisheries Uses DTG2 ROV on Rainbow Trout Farm

    Aqua-Cage Fisheries is an aquaculture farm in Parry Sound, Ontario that produces rainbow trout for the food market. They receive fingerlings from a hatchery in Southern Ontario, grow the fish in the open waters of Georgian Bay and harvest them for a processor that ships to major grocery stores. Aqua-Cage produces environmentally sustainable, high quality fish for the consumer, while bringing in a ...

    By Deep Trekker Inc.

  • AUS$6.3m from Rudd Govt to help land managers adapt to climate change

    The Rudd Government is continuing to roll out programs to help primary producers adapt to climate change, with another $6.3 million announced this week. Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry Tony Burke has announced the funding under the FarmReady Industry Grants – part of Australia’s Farming Future. Primary producers, natural resource management groups and Indigenous land managers ...

    By Australian Government

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