As a developing agricultural country with a large population, China ranks first in the world in the production of cereals, cotton, fruit, vegetables, meat, poultry, eggs and fishery products, where “water” is a critical component, playing an important role in food security. A forward-thinking company, Xinjiang Xinken were keen to not only develop and grow their business, but to consistently save on water use, and enhance water re-use in their customer’s greenhouses, and implement both sustainable and profitable resource-saving systems.
Intent on delivering more sustainable and efficient processes to their customers, Xinjiang Xinken scanned the local market for a low cost, entry-level RAS water treatment solution that they could easily deploy at their small to mid-size RAS facilities. “From the first BioFishency SPB™ system demo, we knew it would be a good fit for our business and our customers,” said Xinjiang Xinken General Manger, Mr. Chu. “We needed a full water treatment system that would not only be easy to install, but also easy to learn and operate, especially for users without any technical skills.”
An all-in-one, plug and play biological filter, BioFishency SPB converts a flow through set up into a RAS system, to support ammonia, CO2 and solids removal, while enriching 02 throughout the process. The system uses only 20% of the water used in flowthrough systems, delivering a higher quality of discharged water, and a small carbon footprint. Chu was enthusiastic from the get-go, and with the help of BioFishency China’s implementation team, worked towards installing the first BioFishency SPB system at a customer’s greenhouse.