Facilities closed

After the entry into force of new measures to limit mobility on March 29, where the closure of non-essential economic activities is required, we inform you that our facilities will

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APRIA Systems attends to the kick-off meeting of the project NewTechAqua

Leading universities and research centers met with key aquaculture business players on 21 and 22 January at the renowned University of Bologna to kick-start a new EU-funded research project: NewTechAqua.

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New ELOXIRAS® technical datasheets

Would you like to learn more about ELOXIRAS®?  You can check our informative datasheets for the standardized models, where you fill find their features and technical specifications. You can download

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AQUA NOR 2019 is open

Aqua Nor is officially open and we have everything ready to show you the latest news about ELOXIRAS®, our innovative process for treatment and reuse of marine and brackish water

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Meet us at Aqua Nor 2019

We hope to see you at Aqua Nor, which is going to be held in Trondheim, Norway, from 20th to 23rd of August. You will find us at stand E-448,

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RAS aquaculture for a sustainable future

The Global Aquaculture Alliance has published an interesting article on the potential of RAS technology for the growth of aquaculture without overexploiting water and land resources. In APRIA, we intend

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The benefits of RAS cultivation method

RAS aquaculture production is continuously raising, both in terms of volume and number of cultured species. During the Seafood Expo Global fair, the most relevant one in terms of sea

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Visit our booth

We are already in the RASTECH2019! We are waiting for you at our booth -number #9- to tell you all the news about ELOXIRAS®, our innovative process for treatment of

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ELOXIRAS® is going to be at the RASTECH2019

APRIA Systems is going to promote ELOXIRAS® at the RASTECH2019 international conference and trade fair on recirculating aquaculture system technology, which is going to be held in Washington DC, USA,

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We are pleased to announce that the article ‘Sustainable water treatment solutions for aquaculture’, in which we recently collaborated with CORDIS (the European Commission’s primary service for EU-funded research results)

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