Aquaculture Effluent Discharge Program, Year 02
July 1, 1988
|Hawaii||$48,000.00||Oceanic Institute, University of Hawaii Sea Grant Extension Service, and University of Hawaii at Manoa||G.D. Pruder, D.A. Ziemann, B. Miller, and J.K. Wang|
Project I. Characterization of Aquaculture Effluent and Environmental Impact Assessment for Effluent from Hawaiian Aquaculture Ponds
- Assist and participate in the ADP/SG workshop scheduled for September 1989.
- Provide feedback to Project II concerning the potential environmental impact of aquaculture effluent as modified through control of inputs and operational methodologies or through conventional or non-conventional treatments.
- Prepare revisions of the project final report as appropriate for inclusion as a chapter in the reference book being prepared in Project II.
Project II: Effluent Treatment Process
Identify, characterize, quantify, and exploit opportunities inherent in aquacultural systems to improve effluent quality through control and manipulation of inputs and operational methodology
Project III: Education and Regulation Modification
This project has the singular objective of fostering a dialogue between aquaculturists, public regulators, and policy makers leading toward increased understanding and consideration of environmental regulations governing aquaculture effluent discharges into receiving waters.