Iceland farm row firms ASC approved

TWO Icelandic fish farming companies at the centre of a national row, which saw their applications for expansion suddenly withdrawn four months ago, have received Aquaculture Stewardship Council environmental certification […] Continue Reading

Loch Fyne wins ASC world first

LOCH Fyne Oysters has received the Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) Bivalve Standard Certification for responsible farming of blue mussels (Mytilus Edulis), the first company worldwide to do so. For the […] Continue Reading

Tasmanian farmer faces ASC probe

TASMANIAN salmon farmer Tassal’s operations will be independently audited this week following legal action by the company’s main competitor, Huon Aquaculture, over the state of Macquarie Harbour. Sustainability auditor SCS […] Continue Reading

First Icelandic farmer ASC certified

ARCTIC Fish has become the first aquaculture producer to achieve Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) certification in Iceland. The Dyrafjordur and Önundafjordur farms, both part of Arctic Fish’s sea farm operations […] Continue Reading