Chemical pollution at Scottish salmon farms

28 of 146 fish farms which used Slice between January 2011 and September 2012 breached Environmental Quality Standards

Nearly one in five Scottish salmon farms are breaching Environmental Quality Standards for residues of seal lice treatments, which are toxic to lobster, crabs and prawns.

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