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Recirculating Aquaculture Systems (RAS)

Alliance for Sustainable Aquaculture (ASA) is a collaborative group of researchers, business owners, non-profit organizations and interested members of the public working to further Recirculating Aquaculture Systems (RAS) in the United States through research, education, legislative work and advocacy. We believe that RAS, closed-looped and biosecure aquaculture operations, are the best option to meet our countrys need for a clean, green, sustainable, healthy seafood source to supplement our wild fisheries.

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3 Comments on Recirculating Aquaculture Systems (RAS)

  1. Kathryn Schuett says:

    I knew there had to be a better way to develop fish and maintain the environment. I would like to know more about this technique. I’m checking out the youtube sight.

  2. Shamimul islam says:

    RAS: I’m very much positive about this system. I want to have this system installed in my country. Keep in mind, it’s a high risk/high return/high investment, even if it has a positive future.

  3. mandla says:

    200 hectors of land in jhb with lots water. this souns like the future business . I need more detailed understanding. Can you help?

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