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Abstract

Industrial aquaculture is one of the fastest growing food sectors. At the same time, feed, fish production and waste and energy are the main components that have a negative environmental impact. Preventing or reducing the negative impact of industrial fish-breeding can only be achieved by using production systems with minimal impact on the environment, which leads to the relevance of the research. The purpose of this article is to summarize the organization of cage fish, particularly carp that contribute to ecological sustainability of this aquaculture sector. We implemented the research of theoretical, methodological, and practical aspects of organization of commercial carp production in cages, in order to reduce eutrophication of reservoirs we presented feeding conditions for fish at different stages of the life cycle. The advantages and disadvantages of growing carps in cages are systematized. The authors showed that the cultivation of fish in cages solves the problem of compliance with environmental requirements, as it provides opportunities to reduce water use and improve waste management and nutrient processing, i.e., makes intensive fish production compatible with environmental sustainability. Article materials will be useful for producers and potential investors, environmentalists, as well as other participants in the Russian market of industrial aquaculture.

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