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January 25, 2016

Malaysia/Japan

Eco-Friendly, Indoor Project

 

On January 11, 2016, Ronser Bio-Tech, a wastewater treatment company, signed a memorandum of understanding with Casabrina Vacation Villas, a resort operator, to collaborate on a green aquaculture and agriculture center at one Casabrina’s resorts.

 

Shanghai Jiao Tong University of China and Asia Water Business Consultant (AWBC) of Japan will supply the technology for the project.

 

The memorandum says that a research-and-development center will be set up to develop an indoor shrimp farm.  The center will also be used to showcase the possibilities of Ronser’s water treatment technologies to the public.  The project will utilize newly developed technology, called “Mass Biosystem”, patented by China’s Shanghai Jiao Tong University Professor Zhang Zhen Jia.  The project will also incorporating AWBC’s nano-bubble technology.  Zhang said the nano-bubble technology uses high-pressure nano-bubbles that are high in negative ions to attract and kill bacteria.

 

Dr. Pua Eng Teck, Ronser’s chief executive officer, said the details of the memorandum have not been finalized, adding that, “We are targeting an investment of about $117,000 in the initial stage with Casabrina Vacation Villas, which will provide the land and additional construction costs.”  Pua said the research and development center will also serve as a training platform for local youths, opening their eyes to the opportunities in aquaculture and agriculture.  “We hope to open this...center for the public in two years time,” Pua said.

 

Source: The Star Online.  Tech It Indoors.  January 25, 2016.

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