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  1. 1. _aquaponics 3we aim to replace traditionalissues surrounding access to foodby essentially bringing scalablefarming into the home, into thecourtyard - including a warehousescenario that in addition tosupporting local food demands -handles logistics for local ap usersthis enables a considerable shrinkin carbon calculations concerning:transportation, processing of food& logisticsthe result is fresh organic foodgrown into the fiber of thecommunity
  2. 2. _aquaponics history _urban gardening since 2000BC
  3. 3. _aquaponics: how it works ecosystem that produces organic fooda sustainable food production system that combines traditionalaquaculture with hydroponics in a symbiotic environment minimal water consumption: less than 1-2% of the water than traditional farming or virtually 0% percent with rain water harvesting low energy: uses 70% less energy than farming using in-ground methods efficiency of producuction: five to twenty times more vegetables than farming in the same area of soil ecosystem that produces organic food best energy conversion: fish are the most efficient converters of protein in terms of farming live-stock fully scalable: family systems to full commercial systems pure, clean, organic food produced on-site easy to learn operate and maintain: educational instrument for the next generation
  4. 4. _aquaponics home ecosystem that produces organic food _an aesthetic sustainable ecosystem placed in the comfort of the home _scaled to fit in a 30sqm apartment _requires 5 minutes of mainternance per day _7kg vegetable crop per 1kg fish output _pump is 30w, airater 5w allowing for solar energy stand alone solution _ideology, specs/functionality & user experience. (Anni & I will complete this doc with the output percentages once we have them).
  5. 5. _aquaponics container ecosystem that produces organic food _design container in the courtyard that holds up to 10 ap units _modular structure allowing for side to side and/or multilevel expansion _partial solar panel shell to support energy consuption _gives urban farmers extended space to grow all year round _entry level option for new areas _an easily personafied and recognizeable element for each building or courtyard _functioning environmental art as a symbol for the area
  6. 6. _aquaponics center ecosystem that produces organic food _marketplace to distribute locally grown organic fish and vegetables _hatchery to grow fingerling for local AP users _seeds, seedlings and plants _urban gardening utilities _waste management with bio pods, compose and recycling _fish food production from bio waste _communal huba and information center _research and education facilities _CND ownership pf business to support funds into district adnvances
  7. 7. _food _pre-emptive health care programprovide 100% of the 600grams suggvested intake of vegetables and % of the250grams twice a week of fish suggested to support a healthy and balanceddietFinnish Nutrition Council Recommendations 2005
  8. 8. _waste management bio waste 100% bio waste recycling to produce 3.3kg per person/ month 40 kg per person/yearv fish food100% human food waste recycled in Jätkasaari, local restau-rants participating in waste contributions. growing grubs, restaurant waste 1916kg per monthduckweed and watercress locally to cancel out the carbon 23,000kg per year HOW THE BIOPOD™ WORKScalculation of the resources required to feed the fish andplants The residential BioPod™ is a self-contained unit Jätkasaari waste that houses the living colony of Soldier Grubs, 200 ppl= 660kg per m which are the primary decomposer that inhabits 200 ppl= 8000kg per yr the pod. It is related in size and scale to a home (based on 100 apart- compost bin or vermiculture system, and like ments) worm bins, must be placed in full shade. It is BSF larvae critical that the sun is not able to heat the pile to 45kg bio waste equals temperatures that exceed the functioning range of 9 kg of worms this species (approx. 60-100˚F). Excessively high 8000 kg biowaste temps may cause premature crawl-off, while low equals 1600kg of temps could result in dormancy. worms 100 pounds of food waste to a black soldier AP home solution fly bin yields 20 pounds 1 unit equals of prepupae (large 120 fish per year larvae, ready to change 60kg fish requires 80kg into adults). Protopod of food - of which grubs commercial version are 80% of diet. 100 composts 20 pounds of units food waste per day. A equals 6000 kg fish nutritional analysis of - requires 7800kg of dried black soldier fly food - of which worms prepupae consists of: 80% equals 6200 kgs - requires 31000 kg of * 42.1% crude protein food waste * 34.8% ether extract * 7.0% crude fiber * 7.9% moisture 1 person household in helsinki, average amount of biowaste 52 * 1.4% nitrogen free kg/yr extract 2 persons household in helsinki, average amount of biowaste 101 * 14.6% ash kg/yr 3 persons household in helsinki, average amount of biowaste 119 * 5.0% calcium kg/yr * 1.5% phosphorus 4 persons household in helsinki, average amount of biowaste 156 kg/yr based on HSY (Helsinki Region Environmental Services Authority ) database from the year 2006
  9. 9. _aquaponics interface ecosystem that produces organic food _software and interface to help to operate your aquaponic garden _game interface to share your stats, information and configuration website for potential users, _basic information on the technology and company know how and interface _news and references _DIY instructions for _Aquaponics FIN, UK, US, AUS building your own units etc. for further development and _links to related projects partnership and partners _apf products and services for like minded projects, stores and places for existing crops, fields and gardens user interface _instructions for potential locations _operating tools for urban gardening _virtual garden _Low2No profile for urban farming projects _John Lennon for Imagine
  10. 10. ecosystem that produce kalle organic foodduate student from University of British Columbia, Canada age: 35 p studies in aquaponics occupation: kalle teaches the childrens aquaponics education käsaari organic marketplaceread on-line that Helsinki, Finland built the latest technology lives in: Low2No zonecome reason for relocation: it has been a life long ambition to give sund with practical at hatchery/ engage students in fun hand-on experience growing, harvesting anquaculture managing an aquaponics gardenroodstock (Conditioning, Selec- allow students to experiment and learn the future of urban garden provide food education for students by introducing the aquaponicsing Activities, Parental care a new way to positively influence students food choices learn the differnce between high carbon miles and food you grow “moving from Kuopio to Helsinki has been pretty exciting. Living in the Low2No zone while studying a subject matter I feel can
  11. 11. _jätkäsaaria sustainable food production system that combines traditional aquaculture _aquaponics solution forwith hydroponics in a symbiotic environment a housing area 1_ ap warehouse: energy efficiency in urban food production partnership with a local CHP partner would heavily reduce costs of heat- ing water. innovative lighting partner and Finnish start-up Valoya to provide solution that reduces energy usage while raising levels of plant produc- tion. rain water collection used to top up evaporation percentages for aquaculture tanks 2_ 3_ Jätkasaari marketplace: social and economical catalyst ap warehouse: research facility co-ownership of warehouse with Finnish Game & Fisheries Institute, Jätkäsaari organization helps to replenish Helsinki University, Univeristy of funds in support of local co-operatives. Virgin Islands & Aquaponics UK to urban farming jobs delivered to the supply research date, dedicated district. Marketplace to distribute employees and students to closely fresh produce into the community. food monitor Tilapia production gatherings to celebrate “the island”
  12. 12. _local energy cycle_low2noenergy is not lost - only converted from one form toanother thus making minimising usage as crucial asmanaging the conversio
  13. 13. _aquaponics finland _urban survival methodswe aim to replace traditional issues surrounding access to food by essentially bringing scalable farming intothe home, into the courtyard - including a warehouse scenario that in addition to supporting local food demands- handles logistics for local ap users. this enables a considerable shrink in carbon calculations concerning:transportation, processing of food & logistics. the result is fresh organic food grown into the fiber of thecommunity Finland’s history and cultural outlook are manifested in a people with a deep connection to their environment, with its variations of light and dark, its forests and lakes, its frozen landscapes, its night skies and the aurora borealis. The unique environmental conditions mean that Finnish people are highly aware of the changes david brock peter paalanen currently occurring in the climate and of what designer, concept anni tamminen antti kirjalainen development architect, manufacturing producer, project is at stake in moving to a more sustainable architect, aquaponics solutions management lifestyle. Low2No strategies range from highly technological solutions that seek to offset _in cooperation with and reduce current CO2 production, to solutions that start with people’s awareness and state of mind, creating an environmental impact that arises from a new paradigm of well-being, in which sustainability is a part of high quality lifestyles, pleasure, and personal markus aremo reward. slow food festival Change on an individual level is important, hannu lehtonen unto eskelinen charlie price but often overwhelming – instead, it must be donald bailey professor department of senior aquaculture expert director and founder of environmental sciences professor and research at Finnish game and collective, a movement of shared ideas and specialist at University of aquaponics UK Helsinki University fisheries institute common beliefs. Sustainable lifestyle is often Virgin Islands seen as a return to a “simple life”, rural and free from technological trappings, but this misses the essence of people and cities.
  14. 14. _business applications _aquaponics service chaina sustainable food production system that combines traditional aquaculturewith hydroponics in a symbiotic environment manufac- distribu- consult- research AP turing tion wth a ing whose and devel- boutique Finnish made meeting the high partnering operation opment proof of concept wrapped up global distribution sole focus is est manufacturing company with Aquaponics in a simple to drive AP3 standards globally. that manages: UK, UVI, UofH cafe scenario specifications Designed, built and manufacturing, and RKTL design that displays in conjunction shipped from Finland, AP specification and build Tilapia aquaponics tank with Aquaponics with care. Below is AP logistics, turn key nursery in Helsinki. solutions. also UK into existing Finland’s road map to & single source AP Finland and on display and and new build integrating aquaponics solutions. Be UK to advance for order the scenarios globally specifications responsible for design scenarios fresh organic (ie) - Low2No growing the AP into prototypes produce that (FIN), Federicia C market independant for: HDVG home these tanks grow. (DK), Venus Project of consulting ap, crayfish bin/ URBAN farming (USA), Farming the business. Host DWC add-on, synthesized into a City (NE), Food developing nations modular courtyard single menu. flag for Life (England), project where (off the grid option ship location is HELP proceeds of AP with photovoltaic ideal within the ARGENTINA (AR), purchases are panels), BSF Low2No zone Sustainable Food directed City (UK) biowaste conversion,
  15. 15. aquaponics ltd.