Billund - Water Recirculation System (RAS)
A water recirculation system is defined as a production system that uses water more than once in the same unit of cultivation, after being treated and renewed to a determined percentage. This way, a farming system that incorporates water recirculation technology consists of two major clearly defined units: one devoted to the cultivation of organisms and another for the treatment of irrigation water.
The degree of recirculation within a system is defined by the amount of make-up water required for each kilogram of feed delivered daily.
- 600 - 800 L/KG FEED
- 300 - 600 L/KG FEED
- 30 - 300 L/KG FEED
- Minimum water requirement
- Control over farming parameters
- Stable, predictable production
- Reduced use of antibiotics
- Isolation from environmental and climate-related factors
- Allows production at optimal locations
- Captures 90% of the solids produced in the system
- 100% escape control
- Reduced environmental impact