At the event, AAF represented by Michaela Fojtek and Bohuslav Škoda, presented opportunities for aquaponics to significantly improve the operation of biogas stations (BS). Thanks to the use of residual heat, the affiliate company can operate an aquaponic farm for growing vegetables and fish farming. The presentation prepared for the BS operator contained a general and practical layout. AAF members clarified the basic principles and pitfalls of aquaponics. The presentation then turned to specific examples of how to increase the potential of the biogas plant.
"The most interesting point from the point of view of the conference participants was the final comprehensive debate, when the audience asked about the possibilities of cooperation. At that moment it was obvious that the prepared presentation program was in the audience's interest. Many interesting arguments occurred during the final debate. Some of these important questions will be devoted to a separate article in the future." Michal Fojtík - founder and chairman of the association, concluded.
The Aquaponics Farm Association is an association bringing together interest entities and aquaponic farms across Central Europe. The aim of the association is to extend the idea of operating efficient and responsible agriculture with an emphasis on reducing the consumption of limited water inputs or energy costs while maintaining continuous operation.