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Together with careful quota management, the discard ban will help us create a profitable fishing industry and safeguard our marine environment.
The most common cause of platelet discard was date expiry, followed by other reasons such as red blood cell (RBC) contamination and leakage.
However, in all of these surveys, discard numbers and the disposition of catch (live or dead) are entirely self-reported by fishermen.
The Welsh Government was part of the UK delegation at this Fisheries Council, negotiating mechanisms to enable a discard ban to be introduced.
They have campaigned against banning discards and want to select only the highest value species and throw away the rest.
On Monday, the European Fisheries Council met to discuss the issue of discards.
Meanwhile, the central government will perform decontamination activities where necessary and will discard waste whose radioactivity exceeds a certain level.
Because of the requirement to finalize the documentation file within 60 days, a best practice is for auditors to continually update documentation during the audit and discard superseded memos and files as the audit progresses, rather than only at its conclusion, where mistakes can cause confusion and an unclear record.
Diamond is an open-source research collaboration between Intel Research Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University that enables efficient search of non-indexed data using early discard.
The discovery that reducing discards from boats could ripple through the ecosystem and threaten seabirds strikes ecologist Julia Parrish of the University of Washington in Seattle as one of the more important lessons of the analysis.
A As of 1998, the NCCLS stopped recommending a discard tube when drawing only blue-stoppered tube for PT or PTT.
These were the full hands:You will have discarded one diamond on the queen of spades and now you discard another on the club.