Novaton Aquaculture

CURRENT SITUATION

GLOBAL AQUACULTURE

The global aquaculture industry is facing a deep transformational phase. The main challenges are to address the new environmental laws imposed by regulators and to respond to consumers’ demand for seafood free of chemicals and pollution.

For a long time, the global aquaculture industry has operated with limited regard to the environment. To date, most traditional marine and land farms have discharged toxic waste into the seas, lakes and rivers because they use chemical and medicinal products to prevent and treat the diseases afflicting their crops.

THE SOLUTION

NOVATON AQUACULTURE

NOVATON provides the global aquaculture sector with cleantech farms which operate sustainably without polluting the environment and produce natural seafood, free of chemicals and medicinal products, rich in nutritional value.

Discover our land and marine farms.

TECHNOLOGY

NOVATON’s unique closed system

NOVATON’s team has developed a closed cultivation system combining innovations in biology and cleantech to operate sustainably and economically. The NOVATON closed system consists of more than fourteen innovations, mainly in biology, water aeration, water management, waste management, biosecurity and energy optimization.

NOVATON Natural Marine Life Generators reproduce ideal conditions for hatching, nurturing and growing seafood.

This cleantech biological approach has been operating successfully in Indonesia for several years and is currently being rolled out in Saudi Arabia, Morocco and soon in Europe.

NOVATON cleantech aquaculture advantages

For Producers

For Consumers

Better sustainability

Our unique approach is sustainable, free of antibiotics and toxic chemicals,
producing nutrition-rich natural seafood at industrial scale.

NOVATON farms versus other farms

NOVATON sustainable shrimp farming
Represents the future of aquaculture farms.
New 21st century technology
  • Marine biology conditions
  • Incoming water is cleaned
  • High biosecurity
  • All water is re-used
  • Cultivation is indoors
  • Waste is recycled
  • No chemicals, no antibiotics
  • Using renewable energy
Open pond unsustainable shrimp farming
Represents over 80% of global shrimp farms.
Outdated 20th century technology
  • Cultivation in polluted water
  • Very limited water management
  • Low oxygen in water
  • No biosecurity  
  • Using chemicals, antibiotics and/or other medication
  • Exposed to airborne pathogens
  • Exposed to rodents and other animals
  • Direct waste discharge to the environment and surrounding water