Israeli firm’s ‘plug-and-play’ RAS solution attracts investment

Lauren Kramer
La solución RAS

Aqua-Spark contributes to BioFishency’s latest round of funding BioFishency installation in Israel, Mini-RAS for hybrid striped bass. Photo courtesy of BioFishency. Despite the global growth in popularity of land-based aquaculture, two major challenges remain for recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS): the limited availability of water and the buildup of toxic ammonia excreted by the fish. In 2013,…

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  • Lauren Kramer

    Lauren Kramer

    Lauren Kramer, a Vancouver-based correspondent for the Global Aquaculture Advocate, has written about the seafood industry for the past 15 years.