Aquaponics is an integrated approach to efficient and sustainably use of intensive soilless agriculture based on aquaculture effluents. It uses the nutrients that are usually discarded as aquaculture waste water. At the same time this system uses more than 90% less water than traditional agriculture.

As a company that develops highly efficient recirculation aquaculture systems, we are fully aware of the potential value of the effluents released as well as the impact they have on our environment. AquaBioTech Group has developed customised solutions by integrating innovative technologies into the proven horticulture concepts.

The aquaponic systems we design are:
  • Efficient: using the latest plant cultivation, waste water treatment and aquaculture techniques
  • Modular: can be adapted to existing hydroponic or aquaculture facilities, or designed as a complete system
  • Adaptabe: different plant and fish species can be grown according to the local market demands
  • Sustainable: conserving water, energy and nutrients
  • Supported: our internal and external horticulture and aquaculture experts can provide professional support and training

AquaBioTech Group has established a highly efficient recirculating aquaculture system (RAS) which can be connected to its own biological reactor and connected to a hydroponic system. Either component can be adapted and added on to existing fish or hydroponic farms to create a working ‘aquaponic’ system or developed as an entirely new unit.

Our resident team of engineers and architects, along with external partners, can tailor projects according to the clients’ requirements and provide support from start to finish on all technical, biological and production aspects including;

  • Site Selection
  • Species Selection
  • Culture Techniques
  • Water Quality Management
  • Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA)
  • Appropriate Assessment
  • Biosecurity Assessment
  • Life Cycle Assessments
  • Conceptual planning using 3D CAD software
  • Full aquaponic system design, including RAS and hydroponics
  • Bill of Quantities (construction and technology selection)
  • Civil works design; structural, electrical & HVAC
  • Installation; including third-party Quality Control
  • Remote and onsite technical and biological support
  • Feasibility studies and project budgeting
  • Commissioning and technical training
  • Technical and Biological Support
  • Operational and management support on existing systems