Talk - Water Treatment and Re-Use for “Near Zero-Discharge” Aquaculture Facilities, AUA

American University of Armenia (AUA)


Event Date:

December 18, 2015, 13:00 - December 18, 2015, 14:00


Opportunity Cover Image - Talk - Water Treatment and Re-Use for “Near Zero-Discharge” Aquaculture Facilities, AUA

Liquid and solid salty waste from recirculating aquaculture systems (RASs) are often a source of environmental pollution and salinization of receiving soils and water bodies. Therefore, there is an increasing need to treat these wastes in order to minimize their volume, strength and environmental impact.
The current talk will address several environmentally friendly and low-coast approaches to the liquid and solid removal and recycling in RASs and development of “Near Zero-Discharge” aquaculture systems.

About the Speaker

Dr. Natella Mirzoyan received her PhD from Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel, in 2010. Later on she joined University of Maryland and Weizmann Institute of Sciences as a postdoctoral fellow.
Dr. Mirzoyan is specialized in wastewater and solid waste treatment from intensive agricultural practices, as well as environmental chemistry and microbiology of anoxic aquatic environments.

This event is in English. No interpretation will be provided. 

Organizer: AUA Acopian Center for the Environment
Phone: +374 60 69 40 40
Venue: 313W, PAB



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