WATER REUSE FOR FISH CULTURE

Tom Walker
October 29, 2013
By Tom Walker

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

This two-day course presented by The Conservation Fund’s Freshwater

Institute will cover the fundamentals of water reuse systems for fish

culture including circular tank design and management. Other course

modules include solids control, oxygenation, carbon dioxide control,

water quality, and fish health & biosecurity. The course includes a site

visit to the nearby Eastbank Fish Hatchery Water Reuse Pilot Project for

a hands-on discussion of system operation & management and system

design & commissioning by guest instructors from Chelan County PUD

and PR Aqua.

WHEN: February 25-26, 2014, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm

WHERE:

Confluence Technology Center, 285 Technology Center Way

Wenatchee, WA 98801, www.ncwctc.com

INSTRUCTORS:

Chris Good and Brian Vinci

The Conservation Fund, Freshwater Institute

SITE VISIT:

Eastbank Fish Hatchery Water Reuse Pilot Project

East Wenatchee, WA

REGISTRATION INFO:

FEE:

$600 – includes catered lunch,

snacks and coffee each day

REGISTRATION:

Register at www.freshwaterinstitute.org

CONTACT:

Margarita Carey

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(304) 876-7924

LODGING:

Comfort Suites Wenatchee

www.comfortsuites.com/hotelwenatchee-washington-WA226

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