Chile’s salmon industry welcomes new law on fish escapes

    "It provides a short but realistic timeframe to implement the investments and operational changes in the facilities", they say from Camanchaca.

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    On January 11, 2023, after four years in Congress, the Chilean Senate approved a bill to prevent and punish salmon escapes. The new regulation, which aims to protect the marine ecosystem, also sets new standards of transparency and publicity in the sector's information, in terms of matters sometimes as sensitive as the use of antibiotics, antiparasitics, mortalities, or production. Although the required period for implementing the investments and operational changes is short, the Chilean salmon industry values this new law . . .

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