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    Introduction to Resource and Waste Management

    To raise their awareness on how to reduce waste and improve resource management we have produced introductory guidance primarily aimed at smaller processing businesses in Scotland. This guidance serves as an introduction to these issues highlighting current legislation and government strategy. It outlines simple steps processors can take to get started in better resource management and waste reduction. It also offers further guidance and signposting for businesses wishing to seek expertise and support from dedicated Scottish agencies.
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    2016 Seafood Processing Industry Report

    The 2016 Seafood Processing Industry Report presents accurate up-to-date economic data and commentary to serve, where appropriate, as an evidence base for business decisions, policy discussions, and further research. This report provides details on the structure and size of the industry such as regional distribution, size of firms, type of broad fish species processed, type of processing activity undertaken and financial performance.
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    Automation and the UK seafood industry (full report)

    Exploring the trade-offs between new technology, mechanisation and traditional labour resourcing.
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    The Sea Fish Industry Authority - Annual Report and Accounts 2022/2023

    The Annual Report provides a detailed Management Commentary and financial review of the activities undertaken by Seafish during 2022/2023 and information on future developments.
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    Labour and Skills: Northern Ireland 2020

    labour and skills study of seafood industry in Northern ireland
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    England’s Seafood Industry: Skills, Recruitment and Retention

    This EMFF-funded research analyses the training, skills and recruitment and retention challenges facing England’s seafood industry. The report concludes with recommendations for improvement for industry and government action.
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    English Aquaculture Strategy - full report

    Part of the Seafood 2040 aquaculture strategy for England - this full report includes a review of the English aquaculture landscape and current barriers to growth, along with the rationale and methodology behind the strategy.
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    Appraisal of the opportunity for offshore aquaculture in UK waters. Report of project FC0934, commissioned by Defra and Seafish from FRM Ltd.

    The report provides an assessment of the potential for open ocean, offshore finfish aquaculture in UK waters using candidate species which would have similar growth and performance characteristics to Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) and Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua)and with due reference to other potential species candidates.
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    The next NGO priority: An initial review of developments, implications, and practical responses 

    This report focuses on emerging priorities for NGOs. It considers major industry impacts arising from NGO areas of focus and sets out areas where a response from industry and Seafish may be required and identifies areas of potential collaboration.
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    Review of Covid-19 impacts on the UK seafood industry: January-March 2021

    The fourth report in a series of reviews on the impacts of Covid-19 on the UK seafood sector. It provides a high-level view of the impact of Covid-19 on the whole of the UK seafood supply chain in the first three months of 2021.
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    The Sea Fish Industry Authority - Annual Report and Accounts 2019/2020

    The Annual Report provides a detailed Management Commentary and financial review of the activities undertaken by Seafish during 2019/2020 and information on future developments.
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    UK Shellfish Biotoxin Database Development - Summary Report 1_IPF_B037

    This report sets out the results of a consultation to scope the requirement for an on-line marine biotoxins database and website designed to be operated by the shellfish industry. From a consultee list of 560, 289 contacts were made using a combination of email and telephone calls, resulting in 41 responses – a 14% response rate.