The country’s largest salmon farm operation has lost almost a quarter of its stock – worth £7.6million – along the west coast and Western Isles over the summer.
A Highland businessman has said he is “encouraged” by levels of interest in the products of a modular building firm he re-launched after it went into administration last year.
Bosses of Mowi – the world’s largest salmon farming company – have met residents of the Kyleakin community to hear first-hand their concerns regarding reported odours and noise from its new fish feed plant on the outskirts of the Skye village.
Bosses at an under-fire salmon firm are to meet residents of a Skye community over complaints of an odour and a noise coming from a new state-of-the-art feed plant.
Residents in the village of Kyleakin on Skye have raised complaints about an odour and a humming sound - which they say has started since the construction of a new salmon feed plant.
Multiple Scottish salmon farming companies are under investigation by regulators for the possible misuse of chemicals.
Bosses at Mowi, the world's largest salmon farming company, have revealed they would "prefer" to relocate work from Lochaber to the company's new base on Skye - a move that would affect 150 jobs.
One of the Small Isles is taking steps to boost its population following drives by Muck, Ulva, Canna and Stronsay over the past few years.
Strong demand and high prices delivered “great earnings” for Mowi during 2018, the global fish farming giant said yesterday.
Organisers and participants praise successful major training incident at Mowi fish feed plant on Skye
Organisers and emergnecy workers who took part in a major incident training day at the new fish feed plant on Skye have hailed the event a success.
A salmon farm barge, which sank off South Uist, is to be salvaged from the seabed, its owner has said.
The operators of a new £125million fish feed plant on Skye has so far recruited 37 of 53 staff prior to opening next year– and have pledged that 60% of the workforce will be local.
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