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Big Fish: Vietnam's Fish Farmers Scale Up for Global Distribution

Waste in the Mekong River

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Waste in the Mekong River

Roel Bosma, an aquaculture researcher with the Netherlands' Wageningen University, says dumping waste water from fish farming back into the Mekong River is an environmental problem and a waste of a valuable resource that could be used to fertilize crops.


Read the story: Scaling Up: Vietnamese Fish Farms Search for Eco-Friendly Formula.