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Aquaponics Hotel

Aquaponics Hotel An aquaponics system makes it possible to grow food using about 90% less water than traditional gardening, and without having to use artificial fertilisers or even soil. Instead the system relies on a symbiotic relationship between aquatic animals and plants. Aquatic animals such as fish or prawns are raised in tanks. Bacteria break down the waste they excrete, along with uneaten fish food, into nitrates and nitrites. These serve as fertiliser for plants, which are grown hydroponically, in nutrient-rich water rather than soil. In turn, the plants clean the water for the animals. This type of system is special because it’s self-sustaining and creates very little to no waste. People can harvest both the plants and the fish. At Hotel Verde, we have a vertical aquaponic garden, designed to save space whilst allowing for the efficient production of small edible plants. Depending on season and demand, we grow plants such as celery, spinach, chives, watercress, basil, butte…
The Space Savers Encyclopedia
22ND MAY 2015

It's true that we all get a little too attached to some of the things we pick up over the years that slowly take over our homes but unfortunately one day everyone runs out of space. Taking action isn't as straight forward as we'd often like as saying goodbye to our possessions can be a difficult process, even when that possession is a slightly worn stuffed camel we won at fairground 8 years ago.

At FLEXiSPACE we wanted to show you that we're on your side so we've used all of our collective expertise to create the resource we call the Space Savers Encyclopedia. In it you'll find a great decision making chart for sifting through your clutter and making those hard decisions as well as some neat home storage solutions and gadgets we've found in case you can't bear to part with everything. If you really need to expand your room at home, we've included a guide to weighing up if your loft is suitable for convers…