The world’s biggest shrimp tank cleaners will soon have the tools to help them achieve the same cleanliness achieved by cleaning up the shrimp tanks of the world’s most notorious offenders.
In the near future, the company, Clean Shrimp, will have the technology to remove the filth from tanks in the same way as cleaning up any other aquarium.
In an interview to The Times Of India, CEO Rajat Rana said the company has already tested a prototype of the pressure cleaner and has received permission from the Ministry of Environment and Forests to commercialise it.
The new cleaner will be manufactured in Bengaluru, India and will be available at supermarkets and in pet stores across the country.
Rana said Clean Shrimps has been working on the technology for three years, with its current focus on the treatment of freshwater shrimp tanks.
He said that the company had initially set up a small lab in Hyderabad to test the technology and the results have been encouraging.
The company has been testing pressure cleaners on watercourses in Bengaluys ponds, which is one of the worst performing areas in India for shrimp ponds.
Rajat Rane, CEO of Clean Shrips, in an interview with The Times OF India, said, “The problem is that there are so many watercoves in the country that are polluted and overfished.
The wastewater from these watercaves is also used for fertiliser and fertilizer is a major source of CO2 pollution.
It is also very watery, so if the shrimp ponds are cleaned up in a similar manner to how the other species are cleaned, the shrimp will be in a healthier state.”
We are also using pressure cleaning as a treatment method for the freshwater ponds in Bengalues ponds.
This is not a water treatment method.
We are also working on an air purification process that will remove the air from the water.
We have also started using the technology in other types of ponds as well.
We do not want to take the pressure cleaners from our shrimp tanks to other watercamps.
We also want to make sure that we are using the cleanest possible water as well.
“But, we need to ensure that the shrimp tank owners are not left out. “
We have already made arrangements for the company to be able to sell its products to pet stores and the industry as well,” he said.
“But, we need to ensure that the shrimp tank owners are not left out.
The environment and wildlife needs to be protected and this can only be achieved through a partnership with the government.
We will do our best to do this.”