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Etive fish farm breaches rules

A LOCH Etive fish farm is being investigated by Scotland’s pollution watchdog for an ‘unpermitted use of a pesticide’ to control sea lice, which campaigners say coincided with a rise in dead fish.

The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) has launched a probe into Dawnfresh, one of the UK’s largest producers of fish and seafood, following a breach of its pollution licence, ‘where consecutive bath treatments with azamethiphos were carried out at Etive 6 less than 24 hours after the first treatment. These treatments are not in compliance with the site’s CAR [Controlled Activities Regulations] licence.

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