AQUACULTURE SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGIES, L.L.C.

Address

108 INDUSTRIAL AVE
NEW ORLEANS, LA, 70121-2902

Information

DUNS: 929778512
# of Employees: 9

Ownership Information

Hubzone Owned: N
Socially and Economically Disadvantaged: N
Woman Owned: Y

Award Charts




Award Listing

  1. Application of Direct Filtration Utilizing Floating Bead Filters and Flocculation Aids for Fine Suspended Solids and Phosphorus Removal

    Amount: $373,000.00

    As aquaculture, particularly marine aquaculture continues to expand worldwide environmental regulations pertaining to waste discharge from fish farms are also becoming more stringent having an environ ...

    SBIRPhase II2013Department of Agriculture
  2. Use of Direct Filtration on the Influent to Floating Bead Filters and Treatment of Waste Discharge with Coagulation Aids for Suspended Solid

    Amount: $76,978.00

    As fish species with greater sensitivity to water quality are cultured in recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS), it becomes vital to improve fine solids capture. Additionally, phosphorous levels in ...

    SBIRPhase I2011Department of Agriculture
  3. SBIR Phase II: Development of Design and Operational Criteria of Continuous Culture Hatchery Techniques for the Production of Brachionus rotundiformis (s-type) rotifers

    Amount: $347,875.00

    This Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) Phase II project's overall goal is to commercialize a robust, continuous culture production system for rotifers (Brachionus rotundiformis; s-type), the m ...

    SBIRPhase II2010National Science Foundation
  4. SBIR Phase I: Development of Design and Operational Criteria of Continuous Culture Hatchery Techniques for the Production of Brachionus rotundiformis (s-type) rotifers

    Amount: $75,393.00

    This Small Business Technology Transfer Phase I research will deveop and commercialize a robust, continuous culture production system for rotifers (Brachionus rotundiformis; s-type). The inability to ...

    SBIRPhase I2008National Science Foundation
  5. Improving Single Pass Solids Removal in Bead Bioclarifiers by Optimizing Media Size and Shape

    Amount: $311,018.00

    Commercial-scale marine aquaculture has the potential to balance the increasing demand for high-quality seafood products with the limited harvest capacity of our nations oceans. However, water reuse i ...

    SBIRPhase II2007Department of Agriculture
  6. Concurrent Clarification and Biological Nitrification/Denitrification in a Single Floating Bead Bioclarifier to Simplify Nitrogen Management in Recirculating Aquaculture Systems

    Amount: $49,990.00

    Commercial-scale marine aquaculture has the potential to balance the increasing demand for high-quality seafood products with the harvest capacity of our nation¿s oceans. However, water reuse in rec ...

    SBIRPhase I2005Department of Commerce
  7. Passive Self-Regulating Denitrification Technology for Aquaculture

    Amount: $77,267.00

    Commercial-scale marine aquaculture has the potential to close the gap between an increasing demand for high quality seafood products and marine fisheries near maximum sustainable yields. In flow thro ...

    SBIRPhase I2004Department of Agriculture
  8. Improving Single Pass Solids Removal in Bead Bioclarifiers by Optimizing Media Size and Shape

    Amount: $75,000.00

    NON-TECHNICAL SUMMARY: There is an immediate demand for floating bead filters with improved single pass removal characteristics for wastewater treatment. AST has identified several potential areas of ...

    SBIRPhase I2003Department of Agriculture
  9. Development of Dissolved Oxygen & Carbon Dioxide Control System for Large Scale, Intensive Marine Commercial Aquaculture Recirculating Sys.

    Amount: $69,791.00

    Commercial-scale marine aquaculture has the potential to close the gap between an increasing demand for high quality seafood products and a marine fisheries near maximum sustainable yields. Intensive ...

    SBIRPhase I2001Department of Agriculture
  10. Development of Production and Nutrition Characteristics of HISTAR: Beta II Evaluation

    Amount: $0.00

    Commercial microalgal production still relies heavily on batch culture methods. Recent investigations have been successful in the development of enclosed photobioreactors, though mostly still at the r ...

    SBIRPhase I2001Department of Agriculture

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