1 Litre TRITON products are now available in low waste GreenPacks*.
Plastics are a major pollutant of our oceans.
What we are doing:
Two things came to symbolise the new wave of modern reefkeeping: (1) the TRITON display tank with it’s 70kg giant clam and luxuriant coral growth, and, (2) the outrageous (for it’s time) claim that water changes could be a thing of the past. Before TRITON seawater changes were just part of the routine of reefkeeping - an unspoken admission that we had no idea what was really going on in our reef tanks. Today water changes are largely reserved for treatment of external contamination and many modern reefkeepers avoid them altogether.
Any reefkeeping method can gain the sustainability benefits of TRITON products but, unsurprisingly, we recommend the as it is . When you have all the science pulling in the same direction you can can really feel the pulse of your tank while becoming a better, more sustainable reefkeeper in the process. And there are other benefits: the better you understand your system the less money you spend on repairs and maintenance, and best of all, the more time your spend actually enjoying it!
Cyanide fishing is a destructive method of collecting live fish by squirting a sodium cyanide mixture into the wild reef habitat to stun them. Cyanide hurts both the target species and the organisms around them. It also has a human cost to the source communities whose reefs it destroys and the aquarist who experiences unexplained deaths of fish weeks after capture.
Cyanide exposed fish leak
“The modern aquarist is a sustainable aquarist.”
*Recyclable in most territories.