BioFishency aquaculture installation in China

It creates a perfect eco-balance between fish, microorganisms and plants, while reaching the ultimate goal of growing  fish (Californian Bass) with less water and growing vegetables without chemical fertilizers.

As things start up again in China, BioFishency completes an installation in collaboration with EFAN with the RAS-180 system at the Pinghu Agricultural Park in Zhejiang province, China (near Shanghai).

This installation is a commercial demonstration of BioFishency’s technology for water treatment at land-based aquaculture farms, which reuses the waste-water for aquaponic crop irrigation.

General Manager of Biofishency China, Eddy Wang (at r) addressing Jiang Haiyang, Deputy Mayor of Jiaxing and Zhong Xudoung, Mayor of Pinghu (at l)

At the opening, the Mayor of Pinghu, Zhong Xudoung and the Deputy Mayor of Jiaxing, Jiang Haiyang attended as honored guests.

From Pinghu daily news –  “I’m in the Pinghu’s China-Israel Agtech Demo Park witnessing the launch of the project of the symbiotic system between aquaculture and aquaponic. The water in the fish ponds is filtered, treated and recirculated with BioFishency’s Single Pass Biofilters. Only a small amount of water will be discharged, but all of the discharged water is used to cultivate aquaponic vegetables on the other side of the park. It creates perfect eco-balance between fish, microorganisms and plants, while reaching the ultimate goal of growing the fish with less water and growing vegetables without chemical fertilizers.”