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June 12, 2014

The Netherlands

Bird Exclusion by Laser Light

 

John Bonardelli (john@shellfishsolutions.com) reports: I am working with a start up company named “SaveWave” that has developed a bird exclusion laser light called the “Shellfish Saver” for shrimp farms.  I represent them globally, and we just initiated sales for the shrimp farming industry in Oman, Saudi Arabia and Ecuador and sales are starting with the largest firms.  The most important thing is that the product gives significant and marked results within seconds as the birds are scared away in an environmentally-friendly way, no noise, no gear, no habituation.

 

SaveWave is a small, dynamic Dutch company, specialized in the development of ecologically sustainable solutions to problems in the world’s oceans.  The company’s brochure says its Shellfish Saver is:

 

• Specifically designed to be used in aquaculture

• Easy to clear large areas of birds in seconds, without habituation

• East to use, minimum training and maintenance required

• Effective on gulls, herons, cormorants, crows and more

• Significant reduction in feed costs

 

Here’s a testimonial on the Shellfish Saver from a shrimp farmer in Oman: “Fantastic positive overwhelming impact with clear indication of results.  3% savings on feed ($3,500 a month).  I would recommend the Shellfish Saver to any of your future clients.”

 

Information: John Bonardelli, SaveWave, B.V., P.O. Box 81, 2600 AB Delft, The Netherlands (phone +31-0-15-285-3591, fax +31-0-15-2622875, email info@savewave.eu, webpage http://savewave.eu/seabird-saver-EN.html).

 

Source: Email to Shrimp News International from John Bonardelli.  June 11, 2014.

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