WHAT IS IMTA?
The Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture (IMTA) is acknowledged as a promising solution for the sustainable development of aquaculture.
IMTA refers to the integrated farming of several species from different trophic levels in close proximity. In IMTA, one species is intended to complete another. With the multi-trophic approach, aquaculture of fed organisms (finfish or shrimp) is combined with the culture of organisms that extract either dissolved inorganic nutrients (seaweeds) or particulate organic matter (shellfish) and hence, the biological and chemical processes at work balance each other.
The EUMOFA “Blue bioeconomy report” 2020 edition is online!
The European Market Observatory for fisheries and aquaculture (EUMOFA) is a market intelligence tool on the European Union fisheries and aquaculture sector, developed by the European Commission. It aims to […]
IMPAQT Newsletter is now available!
All the results of the project are now available just one click away. Take a look at our second newsletter where the main project developments are laid out and ready […]
The UN Global Compact acknowledges IMPAQT!
The UN Global Compact is the world’s largest and most important initiative for responsible corporate leadership. The Global Compact Network in Ukraine is a part of the UN Global Compact […]