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    Report of the Study Group on Electrical Trawling (SGELECTRA) April 2013

    A report of the Study Group on Electrical Trawling (SGELECTRA).
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    Part 1 General Requirements u15m 01Jan2013

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    Seafish Annual Plan 2016-2017

    Our Annual Plan is taken from our 2015-18 Corporate Plan and details the programmes of work we will deliver in 2016/17 . The Plan sets out the costs associated with our work programmes as well as our Key Performance Indicators for the year.
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    B40_UK Legislative Status for Abalone Culture

    South West Abalone Growers Association (SWAGA) aims to promote the sustainable development of abalone culture in the South West of the UK. In 2003 SWAGA undertook a FIFG Networking Project (FitzGerald 2003) to establish the limitations to the development of the industry of which legislative barriers were a significant feature.This legislative review has been produced as a guidance document for potential operators. Although it signposts the major legislative issues it is not exhaustive and prospective operators will need to establish site specific issues and requirements. It is also notable that there is considerable movement at present in a number of legislative areas and that any opinions provided in this report will be subject to change as interpretations evolve and regulations are updated.
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    China Export Guide

    A market research report on the seafood sector in China.
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    Construction Standards for fishing vessels 15m length overall to 24m registered length - general requirements

    Includes sections on Standards, Compliance procedures and certification, Building premises, Testing of structures, Materials and Definitions of expressions.
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    Time-Temperature Studies in the Distribution of Fresh Fish in Summer

    This report describes a temperature survey of fresh fish between the coastal market and the retailer. Over 5,000 temperature measurements were made during the summer months which was an unusually hot summer. These measurements highlight the problem areas in temperature control throughout the distribution chain and shows that fresh fish however good it may be at the points of landing much of it is progressively downgraded or even ruined in quality by the time it reaches the consumer. This report has been produced from a scanned original and may therefore contain some formatting and other inaccuracies. In cases where this affects the technical content, a paper copy of the original report can still be obtained from Seafish
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    Guidelines for the Landing and Sale of Fishery Products

    Advice on how to maintain high standards of fish quality and food safety and on maximising value through efficient landing and sale operations. The guidelines cover buildings and other structures, equipment, operating practices and the management and control of operations from landing of fish, to its despatch from the market or place of landing. They apply to the landing of fresh fish, both demersal and pelagic. They do not cover shellfish, that will be the subject of separate guidelines. Whilst these guidelines contain helpful technical information some of the legislative content may now be out of date.
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    Project Inshore Stage 2 report

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    Strategic Framework for seafood waste management

    In late 2004, Defra tasked Seafish with carrying out a review of the options available for managing seafood waste, within the context of waste policy and legislation. This required a review of the types, quantities and origin of seafood waste, consideration of the timescale for industry to achieve compliance and an assessment of the measures required in the interim. This report provides an overview of the current situation and the options available for seafood waste management. It provides a strategic framework for the seafood industry to move from the current difficulties towards the overall strategic aims of reducing waste, minimising costs and maximising revenue. This is set within a 10 year timescale with prioritised short, medium and long-term objectives.
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    The Good Practice Guide to Handling and Storing Live Crustacea

    These guidelines have been produced for commercial operatives engaged in handling and storing live crustacea within the United Kingdom. They aim to help businesses achieve high standards of operation by encouraging practices that ensure product safety, product quality, and efficient use of resources.