The Aquaponias de Venezuela Found. has developed a new concept for a high productive vertical aquaponics complex, eco-friendly with extraordinary feasibility
Oscar Palacios's insight:
As many futuristic high technology farms pops up all over the world in unimaginable spaces such as an old warehouses in Chicago, plastic air domes or unused semiconductor factories in Japan or on rooftops of buildings in cites, equipped with environment control technology for temperature, humidity, air quality, CO2 and artificial lighting that accelerate plants growth to more than double, most of these high tech farms uses hydroponics for its operations, but many other ones with aquaponics technology are also participating in this new technological movement with similar cutting edge systems.
The “Aquaponias de Venezuela Foundation”, is international projected institution for the research, development and construction of first generation of Vertical Aquaponics Agroindustry Complex that has been designed with similar vertical structural concept and technologies for environment monitoring and control of most high tech hydroponics and Aquaponics vertical farming companies. However what makes our technological initiative more relevant and transcendental with a superior feasibility and profitability is the integration of sewage water and solid waste management systems that can recycle the waste water to obtain potable water, produce bio-carbon for a significant contribution to face and revers climate change and recover nutrients depleted lands, and generate all the electric power required to move the entire agroindustry complex, eliminating the high cost of local electric networks and limits to what we can do and achieve.
In less than 10 hectares we can produce a little more than 4000 tons of vegetable per year and almost 400 tons of fish (tilapia), we can also produce up to 11,600 tons of organic green forage to rear up to 5.600 milking goats, lambs or 2000 cows or Wagyu Japanese cattle to produce more than 8 million liters of organic goat milk or up to 1,800 tons of cheese per year, whereas with the traditional way of production it will be required over 3000 hectares of deforested forests and other negative foot prints for a similar production.
We believe that this new food production concept is poise to be one of the most relevant initiatives to change the way we do things for the creation of modern, societies with green sustainable economies. But most important, all these production capacities can be achieved with an extraordinary sustainability, feasibility, profitability and no need of extreme high investments for its initial development, when choosing to start up with a pilot project that can expand reinvesting a percentage of the yearly net profits.
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