Identifying Our Equipment

We actively work to keep our waterways safe and clean, but we understand that sometimes due to circumstances beyond our control pieces of our equipment leave our sites and enter our waterways.

In the interests of full transparency, we share our equipment markings and the types of ropes and netting that we use in our operations. Our latest (quarterly) listing (which is also provided to Government) is available here Huon’s Equipment Register >

If you are out on our waterways and beaches and identify a piece of our equipment, please contact us so we can organise a team to collect it from that location, or report via the following mechanisms – mobile App (DebrisTracker), 24/7 hotline (1300 332 747) or if a potential navigational hazard, contact Marine and Safety Tasmania 0418 145 439. These reports are automatically forwarded to government authorities in addition to the relevant salmon company to arrange collection.

 

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Half-yearly results released
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Half-yearly results released

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