KEPCO Adopts the Shrimp Production System Developed by the Industry-Academia-Government Collaboration that Includes JIRCAS

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Kansai Electric Power Co., Inc. (KEPCO) has adopted the Indoor Shrimp Production System (ISPS), a land-based aquaculture method for production and processing of whiteleg shrimp, developed by the industry-academia-government collaboration that includes JIRCAS, IMT Engineering Inc. etc.

Kansai Electric Power Co., Inc. (KEPCO) has adopted the Indoor Shrimp Production System (ISPS), a land-based aquaculture method for production and processing of whiteleg shrimp (Litopenaeus vannamei), developed by the industry-academia-government collaboration that includes JIRCAS, IMT Engineering Inc.etc. 

The ISPS facilitates the production of marine shrimp in completely closed circulation type land-based aquaculture system that circulates and filters water without adding chemicals. It therefore contributes to the reduction of environmental impact such as marine pollution and enables the safe and high-quality production that consumers demand.


KEPCO Press Release (in Japanese)

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