Footage from beneath our Storm Bay pens

At Huon, we believe in transparency which is why are proactively providing video footage from beneath our salmon pens.

The footage below was captured by remotely operated vehicle (ROV) from our Storm Bay farming area.

Yellow Bluff, Storm Bay, beneath fully stocked pen

  • This footage was filmed on 21 March 2022
  • The site filmed is a fully stocked pen site at annual peak production time. Seabed depth is 24-26 metres.

Yellow Bluff, Storm Bay, beneath fully stocked pen

  • This footage was filmed on 21 March 2022.
  • The site filmed is a fully stocked pen site at annual peak production time. Seabed depth is 24-26 metres. Floating matter is mostly seaweed fragments. Storm Bay is one of our most high-energy sites meaning that fish waste is quickly dispersed and
  •  down.

Yellow Bluff, Storm Bay, 35 metre compliance point

  • This footage was filmed on 21 March 2022.
  • The footage was taken at the compliance point 35 metres from a fully stocked pen at annual peak production time.

 

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