Media coverage of Agrimarine’s installation of first commercial-scale closed containment tank for salmon farming

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The Coastal Alliance for Aquaculture Reform issued the media release CAAR celebrates AgriMarine’s first commercial-scale closed containment tank installation applauding the installation of a marine-based salmon farming tank in Campbell River. In the media release, CAAR explains how local closed containment technology leader AgriMarine Inc. has installed the first of four solid-wall floating tanks that will be used to farm Chinook

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and coho salmon at Middle Bay. CAAR is celebrating the installation of this first tank as a significant milestone in the transition towards more sustainable salmon farming practices.

For more information see the following media stories and Agrimarine’s media release below:


Watershed Watch is a founding member of CAAR. For more information on salmon farming see our Salmon Farming page.

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