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    Seafish Delivery Report 2015-16

    Delivery Report for 2015-16
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    Seafish Annual Plan 2018-2019

    Our Annual Plan details the programmes of work we will deliver in 2018/19. 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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    Analysis of the training needs of the Northern Ireland seafood industry

    By Tegen Mor Fisheries Consultants
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    Seafish response to A Strategy for Marine Nature Conservation in Scotland and Guidelines on the selection of MPAs and development of the MPA network

    Seafish has produced a combined response to two Scottish consultations on the future of the Scottish marine environment. The consultations were on the draft Marine Nature Conservation Strategy for Scotland and on draft guidelines on the selection of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) and the development of the MPA network in the seas around Scotland. The original consultation papers can be found here: A Strategy for Marine Nature Conservation in Scotland: http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/marine/marine-environment/Conservationstrategy/draftconstrategy Marine Protected Areas in the Seas around Scotland: http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/marine/marine-environment/mpanetwork/draftmpaguide
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    Labour and Skills: Northern Ireland 2020

    labour and skills study of seafood industry in Northern ireland
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    Composting Seafood Waste

    This report focuses on high temperature composting and follows a range of mixes of sea-food waste with household ‘green waste’ (i.e. grass clippings, hedge trimmings and garden vegetable residues), through the composting process as replicated treatments and concludes with bioassay and plant growing trials on the resultant composted material.
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    Seafood Industry Value Chain Analysis - Cod, Haddock and Nephrops

    This study provides a close look at the UK seafood value chain for the species cod (Gadus morhua), haddock (Gadus aeglefinus) and nephrops (Nephrops norvegicus). This report treats each value chain separately, and the main findings from each analysis can be found below. In addition, the key points extracted from the interviews held with industry players and the implications of the main findings for the major stakeholders in this study are presented here. When seen as a whole, these observations provide a background for understanding some of the developments that are observed in the seafood industry today for the selected species.
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    Seafood-waste disposal at sea – a scientific review

    Due to the recent tightening of regulations surrounding the disposal of seafood processing waste to landfill, fish and shellfish processors are now facing a rise in the cost and difficulty of waste disposal. This is of particular concern in remote areas where alternative uses (e.g. fishmeal) are neither accessible nor economically viable and therefore, cost effective and environmentally-sound solutions to the disposal of this waste need to be found. This report examines the potential for disposal at sea, together with the likely impacts and advice on the selection of appropriate sites for disposal.
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    A social and economic impact assessment of cockle mortality in the Burry Inlet and Three Rivers cockle fisheries, South Wales UK

    Mortalities of larger, more valuable cockle 2 and 3 year-classes have recurred on the Burry Inlet (Loughour) Estuary (BI) since 2002 and on the nearby Three Rivers Estuary (TR) since 2005. The aim of this report is to estimate the economic impact of the mortality on the south Wales cockle industry, related businesses and wider Welsh economy. Stakeholder interviews, direct observation, secondary literature, production and price data supplied by industry and government agencies is used to characterise value-chains, historic livelihood, regulatory and production trends.
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    Aquaculture Common Issues Group. August 2020 news alert.

    August news alert sent to ACIG subscribers on 4 September 2020.
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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.