Integrating effluent management
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The paper discusses a closed recycle shrimp farm in Thailand which integrates effluent management. The closed recycle system can reduce risk of heavy metals, pesticides, ammonia, and other toxic particles coming in with water from natural sources by reducing the quantity of water brought to the farm.
SEAFDEC/AQD (1996). Integrating effluent management.
Aqua Farm News, 14(4-5), 18-19. http://hdl.handle.net/10862/2434
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