Diver airlifted from Northern Harvest Sea Farms site in Fortune Bay, stop-work order issued

Northern Harvest Sea Farms hired several dive teams to empty its open-net pens, following a massive fish die-off that left thousands of pounds of salmon to rot. In a statement Monday morning, a spokesman for Northern Harvest Sea Farms said the divers are employed by third-party companies, and one of those companies reported an incident requiring occupational health and safety to get involved. The suspension of dive operations is a serious blow to ongoing clean-up efforts, but the company insists its “clean-up activity can continue despite dive activity being temporarily stopped.” >click to read< 08:21

One Response to Diver airlifted from Northern Harvest Sea Farms site in Fortune Bay, stop-work order issued

  1. Joel Hovanesian says:

    Just another example of why farm raised fish suck. How long until an agency peeks behind the curtain of this shit show and exposes a whole host of issues and problems related to this ill advised industry.
    DEMAND WILD CAUGHT LOCAL AMERICAN SEAFOOD.

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