Leading universities and research centers met with key aquaculture business players on 21 and 22 January at the renowned University of Bologna to kick-start a new EU-funded research project: NewTechAqua.
The project will develop and validate technologically advanced, resilient and sustainable applications to support the expansion and diversification of the European aquaculture industry. The solutions developed by NewTechAqua partners will address no less than 11 fish and mollusc species, supporting the sector’s diversification with the creation of new products.
Due to our experience in the aquaculture sector, APRIA Systems was invited to participated in this meeting as a member of the advisory board of the project. Moreover, our innovative technology ELOXIRAS® will be used, as a part of the innovation goals of the project, for the treatment and reuse of marine water in a recirculating aquaculture system (RAS).