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Pablo Galilea, the Undersecretary for Fisheries and Aquaculture. (Photo: SUBPESCA)

SUBPESCA in favour of salmon production in Coquimbo

CHILE
Tuesday, July 27, 2010, 03:30 (GMT + 9)



Pablo Galilea, the head of the Subsecretariat for Fisheries (SUBPESCA), has denied allegations made by fishermen and tourist businesses of the Coquimbo Region, who claim that the installation of a salmon company there will cause adverse effects on both the tourism and fisheries sectors.
 
New companies opening in the region are an important source of wealth, and are also a driving force for development, he said.
 
According to Enrique Moraga, the general manager of Openseas Chile, a new grant application to begin salmon farming in the area has been pending for a few weeks now.
 
In this regard, Galilea confirmed that "it has some drawbacks, but nevertheless it is most likely that by complying with all the processes and rules it can also can be delivered."
 
In the opinion of the government representative, it is the local authorities that are responsible for developing a system for the coastline so that "all economic activities can be reconciled," reports the newspaper El Día.
 
The installation of the company "should be as consensual as possible. Such projects always generate some degree of opposition, but the region has an institutional framework which is given by the Regional Commission for Coastal Land, which is the organisation responsible for zoning," added Galilea.
 
The members of the Committee, from both public and private sectors, "are the ones who must go and determine which are the areas where aquaculture can be developed," he added.
 
On the other hand, Susana Munoz, the president for the Guanaqueros restaurateurs and hoteliers group, believes that the launch of new companies that farm salmon in the area will have a large impact on the environment.
 
With the arrival of salmon, "all the marine life will go," she said.
 
The OpenSeas project consists of installing 76 cages in the three areas where aquaculture concessions were requested. There, the company plans to fatten Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar), Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) and rainbow trout (Orcorhynchus mykiss).
 
By Analia Murias
editorial@fis.com
www.fis.com

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