Mowi In A Pickle Over Formaldehyde Use in Loch Arkaig

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Loch Arkaig salmon farm and the shore base is rented by Mowi from the Achnacarry Estate which is owned by Donald Cameron MSP:

Donald Cameron MSP told the Scottish Parliament in February 2019:

“My family business has a financial interest in a salmon farm on Loch Arkaig in Lochaber—Mr Finnie will know it well. It is a freshwater farm and is a relatively small operation. However, it has been there since the 1980s and has been a consistent local employer for several decades. It is owned and managed by the company formerly known as Marine Harvest, which is of course a major employer across the Highlands and Islands.”


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