Comment posted Scotland’s fish farming: concept to reality by Russell Cheshire.
John-in-Kintyre: Perhaps you would like to re-read my response. If you telephone the offices concerned and ask to speak to the persons responsible for dealing with this situation you may hear what we have already heard; I am not responsible for what government agencies choose to relay via their web sites.
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- John-in-Kintyre: not all information on every topic is yet available via Google; perhaps telephone calls to the relevant offices will provide you with the confirmation you require. The telephone numbers are available via web sites or telephone directory services.
- As I write, it seems that St Molios Fish Farm, Lamlash Bay, is once again being cleared of salmon. There has been another outbreak of disease and an estimated 800 to 900 tonnes of infected fish are being taken away for incineration. This information is from SEPA and Marine Scotland; the Scottish Salmon Co. are reluctant to keep the community on Arran informed as to what is happening. It would be interesting to know if there have been more outbreaks in the Argyll area.
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- CalMac and Argyll Ferries in joint action with charity to put defibrillators on ferries
Terrific idea, and not before time. To answer the question about “competent public” use, these devices are designed only to operate when necessary and include full instructions; however professional medical aid must be sought as a matter of urgency.
What does surprise me is that a company of the size of CalMac requires assistance from a charity to purchase about two dozen AEDs, given that these are available at a cost of between £800 and £1,200 each from a range of suppliers. Perhaps the board has made arrangements for a suitable donation to BHF Scotland?
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