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   Audit Finds 70 Percent Of British Columbia Fish-Processing Plants Do Not Comply With Environmental Regulations
by Lynda V. Mapes, The Seattle Times
Posted: Wednesday, July 11, 2018 at 4:41PM EDT

An audit of British Columbia fish-processing plants sparked by gory video of a pipe spewing bloody water into the Salish Sea has found that more than 70 percent of plants audited are out of compliance with environmental regulations, and some operate under rules decades behind modern standards.

Stronger measures are needed for the -processing industry, to ensure protection of the marine environment, including , according to the audit of 30 fish-processing plants released Wednesday by the B.C. Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy in response to controversy that erupted over the plume.

"This audit clearly tells us more work needs to be done to ensure our coastal waterways are safe for all wild fish stocks," George Heyman, minister of Environment and Climate Change Strategy said in prepared remarks announcing the findings.

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