Responsible Seafood Round Table: From Supply Chain to Win-Win
>> Wednesday, 1 November 2017 <<
Join our robust programme for responsible aquaculture
There are several ways to contribute to the development and operations of the ASC
By meeting the ASC standard, we are protecting our environment, being recognised for our responsible production and adding value to our product.
You can feel a strong sense of pride in our people that we achieved ASC certification. They like being a part of it.
We became involved with ASC because we believed in it right away.
What certification does is differentiate you and give credence to those who are doing it well.
To be able to meet the ASC standard we had to make changes in how we clean the water from the ponds. ASC requires, for example, sedimentation ponds and waste water channels to improve water quality.
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