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Why is regulation important?

The aquatic growing area for aquaculture is of great importance to produce safe and high quality products with minimum impact on the aquatic environment. As our protein needs increase, regulation is vital to ensure the future of coastal zones and the sustainability of the aquaculture and fisheries industries. The European Union and the United States are leaders with respect to the implementation of regulation relating to water activities.

How can Longline help?

We provide stakeholders with an impartial assessment of the current aquaculture and fisheries legislation as well trending legislation. We can advise on a spectrum of regulatory requirements, ranging from specific issues to broader themes in aquaculture and fisheries. Our main areas of expertise

What issues can Longline address?

  • Water Directives and the European Union Finfish and Shellfish Directives;
  • Certification compliance;
  • Compliance with aquaculture legislation;
  • Eutrophication guidelines and assessment;
  • Best Management Practices (BMP's);
  • Heavy metals (lead, mercury and organophosphorus compounds);
  • Aquatic animal health;
  • Importing and Exporting aquatic products.

Where do we work?

Our core focus is to provide assistance to stakeholders for regulatory assessment in Europe, North America, South America, Middle East and Asia.

If you would like to know more about regulatory requirements or have any questions talk to us.

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