AquaBounty gets new water permit for planned Ohio RAS

A banner showing the planned AquaBounty Technologies salmon RAS hung at Pioneer, Ohio construction site.

AquaBounty Technologies announced on 4 October that it has been awarded a permit for water usage related to its planned salmon recirculating aquaculture system (RAS) in Pioneer, Ohio, U.S.A.

Awarded by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Water Resources, the new withdrawal and consumptive use permit will allow the company to withdraw water for use in its RAS. According to AquaBounty, the permit will allow it to withdraw up to 5.25 million gallons per day …

Photo courtesy of AquaBounty Technologies

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