S'pore firm takes fish farming to new heights

An employee at Apollo Aquaculture Group feeding a tank of giant and tiger groupers at the home-grown fish farming company's new eight-storey fish farm in Lim Chu Kang. It is slated to start operations in the first quarter of this year and the first p
An employee at Apollo Aquaculture Group feeding a tank of giant and tiger groupers at the home-grown fish farming company's new eight-storey fish farm in Lim Chu Kang. It is slated to start operations in the first quarter of this year and the first phase of operations will involve farming mainly hybrid grouper and coral trout on the first three storeys of the building. ST PHOTO: NG SOR LUAN
Apollo Aquaculture Group's $65 million fish farming facility. Farming in a controlled  environment means it can grow fish without the need to use hormones, antibiotics or  vaccinations to prevent diseases, said Apollo's Mr Lucky Phua.
Apollo Aquaculture Group's $65 million fish farming facility. Farming in a controlled environment means it can grow fish without the need to use hormones, antibiotics or vaccinations to prevent diseases, said Apollo's Mr Lucky Phua. ST PHOTO: NG SOR LUAN

High-rise living is not just for humans in Singapore.

An eight-storey fish farm - the tallest in Singapore and the region - is slated to start operations in the first quarter of this year.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on February 22, 2021, with the headline 'S'pore firm takes fish farming to new heights'. Subscribe