Innovation in Aquaculture

EcoSea – Innovation in Aquaculture

EcoSea is the world’s leading provider of technology for offshore copper alloy aquaculture containment systems and supporting hardware. Our systems provide exceptional value to farming operations with lower disease rates, fewer mortalities, faster growth rates, lower FCR, reduced labor, and streamlined operations through state-of-the-art automation technologies.

Copper alloy aquaculture mesh pens have been proven to reduce fouling, decrease the risk of escapes and predator attacks, provide superior water flow for healthier fish stocks, and reduce the number of pathogens, both bacteria and viruses.

Copper has been used for thousands of years to protect people and animals from harmful microbes. During trials by an independent certified laboratory, it was proven that copper alloys suppress or reduce the growth of the most dangerous pathogens known to fish. In addition to being 100% recyclable, extensive biotoxicity, ecotoxicity, water quality testing and inspections have repeatedly demonstrated that there are no adverse effects on the environment both inside and outside of the pens.

Responsibly Farmed, High-Quality Seafood

Aquaculture isn’t just what we do. It’s who we are.

As the world’s population continues to increase, sustainable aquaculture will help supply protein-rich seafood while reducing overfishing and our dependence on wild fish stocks.

Our Mission

EcoSea is committed to providing environmentally-friendly and sustainable marine aquaculture solutions that help farming operations maximize output and revenue.

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EcoSea Announces Launch of Japan-based Operations and Subsidiary

August 20, 2018 Osaka, Japan--EcoSea announced the launch of its Japan-based operations, the newly formed company is a 100% subsidiary of EcoSea Farming SpA, an Aquaculture Technology Service Company with headquarters in Puerto Montt Chile. Through…
Market fish on ice

EcoSea Farming SpA and JA Mitsui Leasing Begin Operations in Chile

December 30, 2017 EcoSea Farming SpA's (EcoSea) surfaced near shore containment systems for salmon in Chile were acquired by JA Mitsui Leasing (JAML) of Japan. EcoSea manages and maintains the pens previously owned by Innovaciones en Cobre…

Offshore Farming on the Edge of the Atacama Desert

The Atacama Desert in Chile, long considered the oldest and driest desert with some areas akin to the planet Mars, is home to a unique experiment in marine aquaculture. Funded by the Chilean government under the auspices of Corfo (Corporación…

Aquaculture: Copper Alloy Mesh Nets in Japan

In a small, quiet village in Western Japan, steam billows out of the surrounding mountains, natural hot mineral water flows into the village onsens (hot springs) soothing aching bones of the many appreciating guests. From the baths, one can…
EcoSea Farming submersible system

New Japanese Aquaculture Center

EcoSea will launch a new center in Western Japan consisting of ten 30m diameter submersible pens. The system is fully automated with 24/7 monitoring and feeding. The pens are nearly always submerged and surfaced only for maintenance. As the…

EcoSea Announces Launch of Japan-based Operations and Subsidiary

August 20, 2018 Osaka, Japan--EcoSea announced the launch of its Japan-based operations, the newly formed company is a 100% subsidiary of EcoSea Farming SpA, an Aquaculture Technology Service Company with headquarters in Puerto Montt Chile. Through…
Market fish on ice

EcoSea Farming SpA and JA Mitsui Leasing Begin Operations in Chile

December 30, 2017 EcoSea Farming SpA's (EcoSea) surfaced near shore containment systems for salmon in Chile were acquired by JA Mitsui Leasing (JAML) of Japan. EcoSea manages and maintains the pens previously owned by Innovaciones en Cobre…

Offshore Farming on the Edge of the Atacama Desert

The Atacama Desert in Chile, long considered the oldest and driest desert with some areas akin to the planet Mars, is home to a unique experiment in marine aquaculture. Funded by the Chilean government under the auspices of Corfo (Corporación…

Aquaculture: Copper Alloy Mesh Nets in Japan

In a small, quiet village in Western Japan, steam billows out of the surrounding mountains, natural hot mineral water flows into the village onsens (hot springs) soothing aching bones of the many appreciating guests. From the baths, one can…
EcoSea Farming submersible system

New Japanese Aquaculture Center

EcoSea will launch a new center in Western Japan consisting of ten 30m diameter submersible pens. The system is fully automated with 24/7 monitoring and feeding. The pens are nearly always submerged and surfaced only for maintenance. As the…