Comment posted FoI by Salmon and Trout Association shows reality of failure on sea lice control in salmon farms by Erik the Viking.
•those existing fish-farms in sensitive locations are relocated away from the wild salmonid rivers
•and, ultimately, the industry moves into closed containment systems.”
Where exactly would the STA have them relocate? Lets have some real geographical examples please?
Can someone explain a closed containment system to me? All seems a bit too simple?
Erik the Viking also commented
- Like I say it all seems all a little too simple.
Be nice to have an ‘independent’ viewpoint without hearing from the same old antis
Recent comments by Erik the Viking
- Negotiations on Seafari Adventures’ proposed fuel facility at Ellenabeich
“5000 litres of petrol is a lot of money”
…….and a lot of trailer too
- Mull’s Inverlussa Marine Services wins one year work boat contract from Scottish Salmon Company
Can’t see a closed containment system employing many work boats?
So what are we saying here – Congratulations Douglas Wilson on securing the contract but we’d rather you didn’t get the work because salmon farms are bad? Or do we have to see what Rob Edwards thinks first?
- Body of missing Loch Awe angler found
“bonnie place but so dangerous”
Tragic – and my sympathies are with the family – but the loch is NOT the danger.
When are we going to stop pussy footing around and admit that alcohol just might play a part in these tragic incidents?
- Scottish Salmon Producers fight back
“Scottish fish farmers use record amounts of parasite pesticides”
A record in what respect? The biggest user of cypermethrin (the main sealice treatment) in Argyll isn’t aquaculture
- SaveSeilSound: purpose, issues, actions and institutional failures of responsibility
“while still others, such as zinc and other heavy metals simply remain here for the rest of time.”
Am I missing something here……the heavy metals are coming from where exactly?
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