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Hello. We are Aquaponics Iberia, a team of consultants and trainers specialized in Aquaponics and Sustainable Aquaculture.
Pre-made or custom-made aquaponics solutions
Aquaponics is the food production technique that combines aquaculture with hydroponics (plant cultivation on water), in a closed and dynamic system where fish waste nourishes plants, which in turn purify water for fish to grow healthily.
We have the know-how and experience to design, install and promote these projects in public and private spaces, we are the pioneers and ideal partner in the Iberian Peninsula, Madeira Islands, the Azores, the Canaries and in Portuguese-speaking African countries.
It is a productive ecosystem that uses organic and environmentally sustainable methodologies.
We are also trainers and researchers in Aquaponics, with partnerships with scientific and university institutions.
Environment | Purity | Freshness
We have the solution for the cities of the 21st century
in recent years, in partnership with MARE – Marine and Environmental Sciences Centre and other private entities and other NGO’s.
generated by aquaponics,
compared to conventional agriculture.
of pesticides, synthetic fertilizers, heavy metals, medicines, antibiotics and hormones.
Aquaponics, for the most varied reasons, is the true food production system that brings together the greatest set of factors that promote environmental sustainability!
The continuous closed circuit between the aquaculture system and the hydroponic system eliminates the residues of each of them. The result is much higher than the sum of the parts. It’s the true green circular economy!
When contemplating fish farming with herbivorous or omnivorous species, the need for animal protein inputs and, consequently, the need to consume wild fish stocks to produce feed is reduced. Thus, aquaponics relieves pressure on the biodiversity of the oceans.
Proximity is freshness
Fresh is alive! Produce all year round, without influence of seasonality and in an urban context, close to consumers, reducing transport and CO2 emissions and taking maximum advantage of the freshness of food.