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Seafood giant to spend up to $23 million to fix pollution

February 26th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Seafood giant to spend up to $23 million to fix pollution”

SEATTLE( AP )– The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency( EPA) says one of the nation’s biggest seafood firms has agreed to spend up to $23 million to fix serious air pollution issues with its ships and land-based facilities.

Seattle-based Trident Seafoods will too offer a $900,000 punishment for Clean Air Act misdemeanors under a licensing agreement filed in federal tribunal in Alaska.

The company calls ozone-depleting coolants in its refrigerators. While the laws and regulations requires any openings to be fixed within 30 epoches, the government said Trident countenanced some holes to persevere for years. The EPA said more than 200,000 pounds of damaging gases were released into the atmosphere.

Trident agreed to retrofit or retire 23 refrigeration contraptions, set leak detectors and swiftly repair leaks.

The settlement is subject to public explain and tribunal approval.

Trident did not immediately return a call endeavouring comment.

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Fish and Game Commission kicks off 2019 calendar in February

January 28th, 2019 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Fish and Game Commission kicks off 2019 calendar in February”

STATEWIDE–The turn of the docket entails a brand-new place of years for the upcoming slate of Fish and Game Commission sees. The board will have its first intersect of 2019 on Feb. 6 in Sacramento. Other sees are also are planned for April, May( teleconference ), June, August, October and December.

The precise times and locales of this year’s Fish and Game Commission gratifies are as follows 😛 TAGEND

6, Sacramento April 17 -1 8, Los Angeles May 16, Teleconference June 12 -1 3, Redding 7-8, Sacramento 9-10, San Diego 11-12, Sacramento

The Commission’s various committees will also be matching throughout the year. Now are the appointments and locatings for those meetings 😛 TAGEND

Tribal Committee, Feb. 5, Sacramento Marine Resources, March 20, Sacramento Wildlife Resources, May 16, Sacramento Tribal Committee, June 11, Redding Marine Reserve, July 11, San Clemente Wildlife Resources, Sept. 5, Santa Rosa Tribal Committee, Oct. 8, San Diego Marine Resources, Nov. 5, Sacramento.

Visit http :// fgc.ca.gov/ assembles/ 2019/ index.aspx for more information on cros terms, domiciles and agendas.

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No Motor Tournament Check Presentation

December 15th, 2018 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “No Motor Tournament Check Presentation”

The Land Trust of Santa Barbara County was presented with a check for $1,100 on Dec. 3. Store raised at the most recent No Motor Tournament, which was hosted by The Sportfishing Conservancy and local fish golf-clubs, to benefit reinstatement efforts at Carpinteria Salt Marsh. The No Motor Tournament has raised more than $10,000 since its inception. In the photo are Graham Goodfield of Los Padres Outfitters, Whitney Uyeda of Carpinteria Sportfishing Club, Bruce Reitherman of Land Trust for Santa Barbara County, Hannah Goodfield of Los Padres Outfitters, Gary Sanchez and Tom Raftican of The Sportfishing Conservancy, Chet Work of Land Trust for Santa Barbara County, Jeff Farrell and Marco Farrell of Coldwell Banker, Michael Sanchez, Juan Castro, Joe Granada, Vance Keiser and Jon Keiser.

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Rainbow trout now available at Dixon Lake

November 20th, 2018 Posted by Uncategorized 0 comments on “Rainbow trout now available at Dixon Lake”

ESCONDIDO — San Diego’s freshwater anglers have their looks on Escondido’s Dixon Lake, where 4,500 pounds of rainbow trout were furnished as of Nov. 14. The trout were stocked from Calaveras Trout Farm.

Dixon Lake will be hosting its 40 th annual Dixon Lake Trout Derby, Nov. 30 to Dec. 2. It’s the first trout weed of the season for Dixon Lake.

Also receiving rainbow trout flowers in November are Lake Jennnings( 2,500 pounds, Nov. 12, season opener ), Santee Lakes( 1,000 pounds, Nov. 16) and Lake Cuyamaca( 1,200 pounds, Nov. 20 ). Lake Jennings( 1,500 pounds, Nov. 26) and Santee Lakes( 1,000 pounds, Nov. 30) are furnished twice.

Anglers do not require a state angling permission to drop a line at Dixon Lake. A daily let from the lagoon, nonetheless, must be purchased.

Dixon Lake is open daily, except in cases of Christmas Day.

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