BioFishency’s co-founders, Cobi Levanon and Igal Magen, have worked in the global aquaculture industry for more than two decades. Their experience spans establishing and managing fish farms, overseeing and managing projects, and consulting to government agencies and private companies about aquaculture and related systems.
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BioFishency will provide guidelines for site identification. BioFishency will send a technical team to evaluate site conditions and gather information needed to determine the suitability site
Feasibility study/business plan
Based on the relevant site analysis data, the BioFishency team will suggest several possible models appropriate for the specific site.
Detailed engineering design
Schematic illustrations and drawings of the proposed final installation.
Detailed documentation of required equipment based on fish type, maximum density, annual production, water consumption, area needed, water quality, and more.
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