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Jan 06, 2019


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John Reynolds

I don't follow the industry any more but the last I heard recirculating systems discharged 10% of their water daily. Over time that would amount to a lot of salt being discharged unless they have some way of recovering it through some method like evaporation ponds or reverse osmosis.

They might be able to avoid the salt problem entirely by replacing the saltwater shrimp with freshwater prawns (Macrobrachium rosenbergii).

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