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"The aquaculture industry have strong concerns relating to commercial confidentiality and operational sensitivities," stated another briefing.The salmon farming industry "remain resistant to increased legislative controls citing lack of evidence of impacts and significant commercial risks associated with offences or Enforcement Notices," admitted another briefing.350,000 dead farmed salmon - the incidents include: - 60,000 farmed salmon (13% mortality) killed by Hydrogen peroxide treatment for AGD at Soay on Harris (with a further 17,226 morts earlier in the year due to Peroxide/Salmosan treatment in well boat) - "Lorries loads of dead fish removed for destruction on almost daily basis" in Lewis - 84,820 dead salmon (15% mortality) at Grey Horse Channel (Sound of Harris) due to AGD and Pancreas Disease - 77,884 dead salmon (11 mortality) at Invasion Bay (Loch Sunart) due to "maturation" - 23,854 dead salmon due to Pancreas Disease at Ardintoul (Loch Alsh) Download press release with Notes to Editors via FOI Backgrounder: Mortalities & Disease at Marine Harvest during 2016 - FOI reply from Scottish Government (28 October 2016) Thermolicer Backgrounder 23 September 2016 The Two Billion Dollar Salmon Ban! zero marine mammals killed), farmed salmon sourced from salmon farms which kills seals, sea lions, dolphins and even whales will be banned from the lucrative U. market by 1 January 2022 (when the Fish and Fish Product Import Provisions of the Marine Mammal Protection Act is enforced).- Scotland, Canada, Chile, Faroe Islands, Norway & New Zealand in Firing Line New U. rules protecting marine mammals could cost trigger-happy salmon farmers around the world a staggering billion in lost export markets for farmed salmon! Read press release in full online here 15 September 2016 Salmon Slap for Kate in Canada Campaigners are calling on the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to endorse wild salmon not farmed salmon during the royal visit to Canada later this month.Salmon farms, even at current capacity, are causing widespread benthic impacts with dead zones under cages.Increasing production will effectively wipe out whole swathes of the sea-bed.
A briefing note to the Cabinet Secretary for Rural Economy and Connectivity in September reported that the mass mortalities (460 tonnes) cost Marine Harvest £2.7 million and "highlights the ongoing difficulties and costs faced by industry with regards to sea lice management".Read more via The Herald: "Imminent action on £300m sea lice problem" (9 January 2017) Documents obtained via FOI from the Scottish Government reveal that sea lice damage is costing Scottish salmon farming an estimated £300 million per year .Whilst other countries publish site specific sea lice data, Scotland is "out of kilter" concedes a briefing to the Cabinet Secretary.Download a summary of the FOI reply online here (and the 74-page PDF in full online here) Download the press release as a PDF online here "Recipe for Ruin - SEPA Lifts Limits on Salmon Farms" (8 January 2017) Despite escalating sea lice, infectious disease and chemical resistance problems, the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) is gearing up to remove biomass limits on salmon farming production across Scotland.
"Lifting the limits is sheer lunacy," said Don Staniford of the Global Alliance Against Industrial Aquaculture.The red ranking for Scottish farmed salmon - which scored a woeful 2.65 out of 10 - was attributed to poor performance in terms of chemicals, disease and escapes .