Instead of treating and discarding wastewater from food processing, Mark Rottmann, CEO of iCell Aqua, is integrating it with RAS – bringing the industry closer to achieving zero-waste and fully circular protein production.*
Ecotechnolgies, including constructed and reciprocating wetland systems, might offer economical alternatives to RAS, employing some of the same principles as recirc systems, but at the fraction of the cost.
Jack James, founder and CEO of Pontus Research*, talks about his company’s new Singapore operation, the challenges of founding a business, and how the aquaculture sector can help to revitalise post-industrial Wales.
Jon Parker, development lead for Aquaculture Industry Wales (AIW), explains how the organisation - which is backed by a growing number of startups - aims to improve the industry’s reputation among the public and politicians, in order to generate much needed gr…
Royal Caridea is poised to harvest its first cohort of shrimp from an RAS facility in Arizona, where Dr Maurice C Kemp, the startup's founder and president, aims to continue to develop a unique, hyper-intensive farming system.
Indonesia’s eel farming industry has huge potential – as long as all stakeholders can make a supportive ecosystem – according to Angga Kurniawan, general manager of one of the country’s pioneering eel farms.
A promising integrated multi-trophic aquaculture (IMTA) project aims to restore a threatened sea anemone to a large swathe of the southwest coast of Spain, as well as produce a range of other seafood products.
According to Jeff Cheng, recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS) don’t need to be used for high value species or purely by large corporations, but are well within the grasp of relatively small aquaculture players, producing a wide range of species.
The aquaculture industry could be progressing towards commercial tripletail production after wild-caught specimens were able to spawn and larvae grew to maturity in a recirculating aquaculture system (RAS).