Grand Shrimp Sustainable Shrimp Aquaculture

Fountain Valley, CA

 

PACE applied advanced water treatment knowledge and technology to improve aquaculture management and create a sustainable, environmentally friendly technology that raises high-quality Pacific white shrimp (Litopenaeus vannamei). Water quality is a major concern of any aquaculture facility. Water parameters such as pH, salinity, temperature, total dissolved solids (TDS), nitrogen, and dissolved oxygen, among others, are carefully controlled to ensure shrimp thrive in an environment that maximizes growth rate and health. The wastewater generated during the production process is treated and recycled within a custom water recirculation system. The shrimp are sold live, maximizing freshness and optimizing taste. Without the use of antibiotics or toxic chemicals, this small-footprint system is a reliable technology that produces healthy, naturally grown shrimp.

 

Key Features:

  • Highly compact – as small as 35 feet long x 10 feet wide x 20 feet high
  • Flexibility to place units at location of demand
  • Stacked trays minimize footprint and manage shrimp growth stages
  • Specialized water treatment system to manage nitrogen and oxygen levels
  • Maximized production in minimal area
  • Automated system controls light, flood distribution, and water quality
  • Produces 4,500 shrimp per week
  • Modular configuration allows sizing to meet production demand
Client

Grand Shrimp, LLC

Website

https://grandshrimp.com/

Categories
Advanced Water Quality / Piloting