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Title: A water treatment and recycling sytem for intensive fish farming
Authors: Chin, K.K. 
Ong, S.L. 
Foo, S.C. 
Issue Date: 1993
Citation: Chin, K.K., Ong, S.L., Foo, S.C. (1993). A water treatment and recycling sytem for intensive fish farming. Water Science and Technology 27 (1) : 141-148. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Rain water was collected from storm drains and after filtration was stored at an earth pond. The pond water was the main source of fresh water supply for intensive fish cultivation. To conserve the limited water resources, effluent from fish cultivating ponds was treated and recycled for reuse. With proper blending of water from the storing earth pond and recycling of the water between the fish ponds and the fish lagoon, water quality at the fish ponds and the lagoon was maintained at acceptable levels. Although fresh water replenishing rate was low there was no serious buildup of metals and total solids in the fish ponds.
Source Title: Water Science and Technology
ISSN: 02731223
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