Blue Revolution: The Fast-growing $7.2 Billion Water Treatment Opportunity in Aquaculture

Demand for fish is leaping: in the last 20 years, demand has grown by 64%. Despite “vacuuming the sea” with overfishing and rampant illegal fishing, the traditional fishing industry has failed to meet this growing demand. Instead, it is being filled by aquaculture, which has consistently grown in va...

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