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Main : Shrimp Farming & the Environment : Certification

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Category: Shrimp Farming & the Environment Certification
Download Now!Clean Conscience Consumption of Seafood Version: 
Submitted Date:  19/3/2004
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Haaland B.L.and M.Esmark 2002. Clean Conscience Consumption of Seafood. A summary of eco-labels and environmental management systems for fisheries and aquaculture products. Published by WWF-Norway.

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Category: Shrimp Farming & the Environment Certification
Download Now!Environmental Certification in the Aquaculture Industry: Potential and Recommendations Version: 
Submitted Date:  19/3/2004
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The initiating force behind this study was the development of a joint initiative between UniLever and the World Wide Fund for nature (WWF) in 1996 to form the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC). This was resultant of the two organisations deciding that their environmental objectives in the area of marine resources were, and are very similar, and working in co-operation is more productive than working in parallel.

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Category: Shrimp Farming & the Environment Certification
Download Now!EurepGAP Integrated Aquaculture Assurance Standard Version: 
Submitted Date:  9/2/2005
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The EurepGAP Integrated Aquaculture Assurance Standard is now available and can be applied from 18th of October 2004. Documentation available from the EurepGAP website includes:

* General regulations
* Control points and compliance criteria
* Checklist
* Benchmarking cross reference checklist
* Benchmarking procedure

Salmonid-specific information is also available.

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Category: Shrimp Farming & the Environment Certification
Download Now!Guidelines for Application of SSOQ Certification Standards to Depots and Transporters Version: 
Submitted Date:  15/4/2004
Description:
The Shrimp Seal of Quality (SSOQ) has prepared SSOQ Certification Standards pertaining to food safety, quality assurance, traceability, environmental sustainability, labour practices, and social responsibility in the Bangladesh shrimp industry. These Standards apply to all operators in the shrimp sector, including shrimp hatcheries, feed mills, ice plants, farms, depots and transporters, and processing plants who are certified by SSOQ. Certification to these Standards is voluntary.

SSOQ has prepared Guidelines for Application of Certification Standards that clarify the application and interpretation of these Standards for different types of shrimp operations, including farms, depots and transporters, and processors. Additional Guidelines will be prepared for hatcheries, feed mills, and ice plants in the future.

These Guidelines for application of the SSOQ Standards to shrimp depots and transporters are provided in this document. The Guidelines provide an interpretation of the Standards with respect to shrimp depots and transporters, and further define the responsibilities of the operators in meeting these Standards.

This document is arranged to provide Guidelines concerning each section of the Standards. In each of these sections, the Standards themselves are reproduced verbatim in the left-hand column, with the Guidelines for their application in the right-hand column. These codes are final draft for comments.

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Category: Shrimp Farming & the Environment Certification
Download Now!Guidelines for Application of SSOQ Certification Standards to Farms Version: 
Submitted Date:  21/3/2004
Description:
The Shrimp Seal of Quality (SSOQ) has prepared SSOQ Certification Standards pertaining to food safety, quality assurance, traceability, environmental sustainability, labour practices, and social responsibility in the Bangladesh shrimp industry. These Standards apply to all operators in the shrimp sector, including shrimp hatcheries, feed mills, ice plants, farms, depots and transporters, and processing plants who are certified by SSOQ. Certification to these Standards is voluntary.

SSOQ has prepared Guidelines for Application of Certification Standards that clarify the application and interpretation of these Standards for different types of shrimp operations, including farms, depots and transporters, and processors. Additional Guidelines will be prepared for hatcheries, feed mills, and ice plants in the future.

These Guidelines for application of the SSOQ Standards to shrimp farms are provided in this document. The Guidelines provide an interpretation of the Standards with respect to shrimp farms, and further define the responsibilities of farmers in meeting these Standards.

This document is arranged to provide Guidelines concerning each section of the Standards. In each of these sections, the Standards themselves are reproduced verbatim in the left-hand column, with the Guidelines for their application in the right-hand column.

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Category: Shrimp Farming & the Environment Certification
Download Now!Guidelines for Application of SSOQ Certification Standards to Processors Version: 
Submitted Date:  21/3/2004
Description:
The Shrimp Seal of Quality (SSOQ) has prepared SSOQ Certification Standards pertaining to food safety, quality assurance, traceability, environmental sustainability, labour practices, and social responsibility in the Bangladesh shrimp industry. These Standards apply to all operators in the shrimp sector, including shrimp hatcheries, feed mills, ice plants, farms, depots and transporters, and processing plants who are certified by SSOQ. Certification to these Standards is voluntary.

SSOQ has prepared Guidelines for Application of Certification Standards that clarify the application and interpretation of these Standards for different types of shrimp operations, including farms, depots and transporters, and processors. Additional Guidelines will be prepared for hatcheries, feed mills, and ice plants in the future.

These Guidelines for application of the SSOQ Standards to shrimp processors are provided in this document. The Guidelines provide an interpretation of the Standards with respect to shrimp processors, and further define the responsibilities of processors in meeting these Standards.

This document is arranged to provide Guidelines concerning each section of the Standards. In each of these sections, the Standards themselves are reproduced verbatim in the left-hand column, with the Guidelines for their application in the right-hand column.

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Category: Shrimp Farming & the Environment Certification
Download Now!Naturland Standards for Organic Aquaculture Version: 
Submitted Date:  4/10/2004
Description:
Certified organic agriculture, as practised in accordance with the written standards of Naturland - Registered Association for Organic Agriculture, has become an established concept. A comparison of the first draft of the "Standards for Organic Agriculture” passed in 1982 after the association was founded with the currently valid version will reveal two aspects of this modern form of land cultivation: on the one hand its dynamism and potential for development and on the other its stability and consistency.

The development of standards and their implementation are the core mission of any certified association for organic agriculture. Standards have to be proven to be workable. They have to adapt to changing conditions and extended to cover new areas. The growth of Naturland and its organisations since the association’s establishment is a reflection
of the success of its work and confirms that this form of cultivation has gained wide acceptance among farmers, food producers and consumers.

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Category: Shrimp Farming & the Environment Certification
Download Now!Redmanglar Internacional - Statement on Shrimp Certification Version: Nov 2003
Submitted Date:  9/3/2005
Description:
On November 2003, the Board of Redmanglar Internacional a statement on shrimp farming certification schemes, which was later ratified by the General Assembly of Redmanglar Internacional on September, 2004. The statement addresses issues including community participation, labour laws, land rights, environmental concerns, food safety and food security.

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Category: Shrimp Farming & the Environment Certification
Download Now!Shrimp Seal of Quality (SSOQ) Certification Standards Version: 
Submitted Date:  15/4/2004
Description:
The Shrimp Seal of Quality (SSOQ) has prepared these SSOQ Certification Standards [Standards] pertaining to food safety, quality assurance, traceability, environmental sustainability, labour practices, and social responsibility in the Bangladesh shrimp industry.

These Standards apply to all operators in the shrimp sector, including shrimp hatcheries, feed mills, ice plants, farms, depots and transporters, and processing plants who are certified by SSOQ. SSOQ has prepared SSOQ Guidelines that clarify the application and interpretation of these Standards for different types of shrimp operations, including farms, depots and transporters, and processors. Additional Guidelines will be prepared for hatcheries, feed mills, and ice plants in the future.

These Standards enable the Bangladesh shrimp industry to progress towards safe, traceable, environmentally sustainable, and ethical production. SSOQ developed these Standards in consultation with a range of stakeholders from the shrimp industry and civil society. The Standards are based on a review of international and national standards as well as an understanding of the economic, social, and environmental issues facing the Bangladesh shrimp industry. Certification to these Standards is voluntary. These Standards have no legal status; no penalty can be applied to any shrimp operator for failing to follow the Standard and compliance does not offer any exemption from legal or regulatory requirements under Bangladesh law. These codes are final draft for comments.


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