Nutrient recovery from aquaculture effluents: the role of duckweed in water and food security: POSTER

Pasos, J.A.1, Baker, A.1 and Camargo-Valero, M.A.1,2, 1University of Leeds, UK, 2Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Columbia


The unprecedent rise of global population and household income is causing stress on water, food and
mineral resources (food and water security) and have induced a higher than-average growth of

However, nutrient-rich effluents from this sector are discharged without proper treatment.
This has motivated the use of aquatic plants to recover nutrients and make aquaculture more sustainable

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