Oyster company achieves BIM sustainability certification
Oyster beds. (Photo: Wild Atlantic Oysters)
(REPUBLIC OF IRELAND, 2/22/2016)
Wild Atlantic Shellfish, a Sligo-based oyster company has become a fully verified member of the Bord Bia Origin Green sustainability programme, showing its real and measurable commitment to sustainability.
Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM), the Irish Sea Fisheries Board, extended their congratulations to the company, having worked closely with them on environmental and sustainability aspects over the past number of years through the BIM ECOPACT environmental management scheme.
BIM has tailored its ECOPACT scheme to work with seafood producers and assist them in achieving membership of the "green" origin programme.
Working at both farm and manufacturing level, BIM's initiative is a comprehensive national sustainability development programme that clearly sets out Ireland’s ambition to bec...
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