ATS Mariculture for Sustainable Coral Reef
The interest to enjoy the beauty of coral reefs in public or private aquarium tanks has been rising over the past few decades.
This growing interest, paired with the increasing concerns over coral destruction and deforestation, have led the industry to the new trend of sustainable coral farming by propagation techniques.
With great excitement, today ATS presents our NEW collection of unique mariculture corals with a greater variey of species and color morphs than ever. Our latest and finest farmed corals have already satisfied our costumers and now we are offering them to you.
At ATS, we are commited to recognize and support the international effort to keep a sustainable coral reefs. We have been continuously building on our research and progress that gave resulted in a robust growth of mariculture species. Our special selections of mother-stockwere collected and propagated on our own proprietary substrates and kept in our oceanic farms in multiple strategic locations throughout the Indonesian pristine waters.
Our endeavor to conduct an eco-friendly production and sustainable harvest have also resulted in advancements of our proper propagation technique, tagging, monitoring, and treatment. Furthermore, we have been improving our harvesting, handling, and packing techniques to minimize losses in fulfilling the inquiries from our international customers.
In addition to creating sustainable coral reef propagation with the ability to track and legally harvest sources of our cultured coral, we have initiated extensive job creation for our men and women.
These efforts have won us a national recognition and an award on the National Conservation Day Declaration. More importantly, we have created healthy habitats for other marine organisms, especially reef fishes. We are also hoping that the beautiful mariculture corals that we have grown will increase the appreciation of some of the magnificent treasures of our seas and therefore sending a conversation message to those who see them.