Marketing issues related to waste-grown aquatic foods
Are societal wastes all bad? Some of them, including heat from power plants and certain organic wastes, have been demonstrated to be potentially valuable for growing aquatic food organisms. The use of such wastes promises the double benefit of a cleaner environment and an increased food supply. Research and development effort can be expected to solve, for at least some production methods, the technical, economic, and public health problems that currently exist.