Designing sustainable solutions for the new aquaculture

A water recirculation system is defined as a production system that uses water more than once in the same unit of cultivation, after being treated and renewed to a determined percentage. This way, a farming system that incorporates water recirculation technology consists of two major clearly defined units: one devoted to the cultivation of organisms and another for the treatment of irrigation water.

The degree of recirculation within a system is defined by the amount of make-up water required for each kilogram of feed delivered daily.

Minimum water requirement

Full control of production parameters

Stable and predictable production


Optimal sanitary conditions

Isolation from environmental and climate-related factors

Allows production at optimal locations

Captures 90% of the solids produced in the system

100% fish escape control

Reduced environmental impact

Billund RAS
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We want to support new, sustainable and efficient aquaculture, through the development of innovative water recirculation technologies and the best service and advice for our clients, developing projects to meet their needs and accompanying them in every step as they grow.


By reducing water quantity by 99.9% RAS proves it is an environmentally friendly technology that reduces environmental impact

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