As if sea lice, disease, feces, and escapes of net-pen salmon don't pose enough environmental hazards - add DIESEL spills to the list.
Crown prosecutors had asked for a $1.4 million fine for Cermaq. However, Judge Catherine Crockett chose to slash that recommended amount by nearly two-thirds, writing that there was no proven harm to wildlife and Cermaq has accepted full responsibility.
All the fish on site were eventually processed and sold.
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