Expanding the horizon for RAS

Land-based aquaculture technology

What does the future look like for the sector and how could it be propelled to the next level?

There’s been a lot of talk about recirculation aquaculture systems – or RAS – in recent years, with a torrent of new projects coming onstream for a growing number of species and many more waiting in the pipeline. Indeed, the recent Blue Food Innovation Summit 2023, held in London, heard there are more than 130 RAS projects being readied for salmon production alone, which could represent an additional 2.8 million tonnes of fish. Current global production through traditional systems is around 2.7 million tonnes.

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