On the Kumihama lagoon, the Tarbouriech Experience is born

The beginnings of the sister company, Tarbouriech Japan During the first quarter of 2019, Florent Tarbouriech will install his first table of Tarbouriech Special Oysters in partnership with Atsushi Toyoshima, an oyster producer. This is how Tarbouriech Japan will be born on the Kumihama lagoon, north of Kyoto prefecture. The Tarbouriech Experience will start in the land of the rising sun....          

Wind and Sea Project: A new step for the planet and future generations

Relying on the wind to produce clean and indefinitely renewable energy: this is the ambition of Quadran Marine Energies, which is launching a campaign to measure wind and sea. An innovative project in which Maison Tarbouriech has always wanted to be associated and which is totally in line with its CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) commitment. This project is finally coming into being with the installation of four floating wind turbines off Gruissan and Port-la-Nouvelle, in the Gulf of Lion, about 18km from the Aude coast. To do this, the Spanish company Eolos Solutions was chosen to provide a very robust floating buoy using LiDAR (Light Detection and Telemetry) technology to collect high quality wind and ocean data from any offshore location. It allows wind farm planners to take wind measurements at altitudes above 200 metres above sea level and calculate wave and current movements up to 300 metres deep.

Aquaculture in Occitania

France is one of the largest aquaculture producers in Europe. In this article, World Aquaculture focuses on our Occitan region and more particularly on its Thau lagoon, renowned for its oyster and mussel production. About 10% of the total number of oysters produced in France are grown there, 500 companies are registered with an annual production of 7300 tons.  

Making seawater easy to drink, a possible revolution!

Currently, 2.1 billion people still lack access to safe drinking water. One solution, Graphair, a particular form of soybean oil-based graphene invented by a team of Australian scientists from the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO). Simpler, more ecological and less expensive to manufacture, it retains the same properties as graphene. In a single filter passage, the water in Sydney Harbour has become potable! "it replaces the current complex, time-consuming and multi-stage filtration processes with a single-stage process. Dong Han Seo, lead author of an article on the project. The tests also show that Graphair filtration has continued to work despite the accumulation of pollutants, unlike other filters that tend to clog up quickly. As early as next year, researchers hope to start trials in developing countries and one day filter the water of a house or even an entire city.

Les Escapades de Petitrenaud

Voici un extrait de l'émission Les Escapades de Petit Renaud, qui, de passage autour de la lagune de Thau, ont fait une halte chez nous ! Nous en avons profité pour partager avec eux notre amour pour notre métier et notre région ! On vous laisse découvrir: https://youtu.be/HYTtZVLXWJc

L’anniversaire de l’huître rose : 10 ans – ThauInfo 25/09/2017

C'est dimanche 17 septembre à partir de 20 h au St Barth' ce lieu typique de dégustation avec une vue imprenable, magnifique sur la lagune de Thau que le propriétaire des lieux M.Florent Tarbouriech a reçu ses invités pour l'anniversaire de ce produit unique, l'huître rose, dont il est le concepteur. Lire l'article ICI

La Maison Tarbouriech explore les propriétés du byssus de moules

Et si la barbe des moules était un matériaux du futur ? La Maison Tarbouriech (société Medithau) située à Marseillan au bord de l’étang de Thau, conchyliculteur et leader de la production de moules et d’huîtres haut de gamme en France, se distingue par une politique de qualité à travers des démarches d’amélioration continue au service de ses produits et des consommateurs mais aussi par des efforts constants en matière d’innovation, de développement durable et d’économie circulaire. Reportage ici  

Penser la nourriture de demain avec Idriss Aberkane

Dans le Sens des choses, Discussion sur France Culture Penser le modèle social de la nourriture de demain entre Jacques Attali, Doria Zenine et Idriss Aberkane sur  l'évolution des cultures en ayant  de nouveaux modes de production autour de la 38ième minute: une référence à ces nouveaux modes de culture intelligent: la marée solaire de Florent Tarbouriech on vous laisse découvrir et partager !!