SEPA sea loch sediment monitoring finds pesticide black spots

Surveys show some sea loch sediments still breach environmental standards set for pesticides used to treat sea lice problems in farmed salmon

by Simon Evans
Loch Roag on the west coast of Lewis: levels of emamectin were up to four times above the higher ecological quality standard (photograph: Julian-Paren, CC-by-SA-2)
Loch Roag on the west coast of Lewis: levels of emamectin were up to four times above the higher ecological quality standard (photograph: Julian-Paren, CC-by-SA-2)

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