Chile’s government has enacted a law that requires the holders of aquaculture concessions to take measures to avoid or reduce the deposit of inorganic and organic waste on the sea floor where their concessions are located ...
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A new study from Kiel University, led by researcher Renato Salvatteci, has found fundamental changes in the ocean, including warming and oxygen depletion, may have significant effects on fish stocks, including the displacement of individual species and stocks, including Peru’s anchoveta fishery.
The findings were published in the journal “Science” on 7 January, 2022. Researchers at Kiel University, together with colleagues from… Read More
Five farming grow-out centers, located in the salmon concession groups (ACS) 31A, 30A and 30B, all in southern Chile’s Aysén region, reported mass mortalities associated with the presence of harmful microalgae Pseudochattonella verruculosa, Pseudochattonella spp. and Rizhosolenia aff. setigera, Chile’s national fisheries and aquaculture service Sernapesca reported. …
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Chile’s National Fisheries and Aquaculture Service, Sernapesca, has confirmed the escape of salmon with an average weight of 3.9 kilograms from farmer Caleta Bay, and it will file a complaint for the latter’s breach of environmental aquaculture regulation.
At the time of the escape, the center was in the final stage of the harvesting process and had already extracted a significant part of its production, Sernapesca said on its… Read More
Costa Rica-based seafood company Martec, the recent purchaser of AquaChile’s Rainforest Tilapia operations, is experimenting with integrated multitrophic aquaculture (IMTA) in an effort to drive the development of natural ecosystems from its aquaculture programs.
The tilapia acquisition – still subject to approval of the competition authority in Costa Rica – includes tilapia production in Guanacaste, a processing plant in… Read More
Costa Rica has cultivated a reputation for natural beauty, and chances are its name calls to mind lush mountains, beautiful beaches, and sustainably grown coffee.
That image is partially the result of an environmental protection program the country implemented to ensure its natural resources are sustainably developed; protection efforts that have borne fruit. After years of work to reverse decades of deforestation, more than half the… Read More
Puerto Montt, Chile-based salmon farmer Multi X – previously known as Multiexport Foods – has appointed José Ramón Gutiérrez del Pedregal as administration and corporate finance manager, effective February 2022, the company reported to securities regulator CMF.
Gutiérrez – who currently works as Multi X’s manager of optimization, innovation and development, leading value chain… Read More