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Fishery Improvement Projects

To register for any of the FIPs please click Vessels or Processors.

What are FIPs?

FIPs are schemes to improve the sustainability of fisheries. They involve all those involved in the catching and sale of fish working together to improve the level of the fish stock, the environmental impact and the management of the fishery. FIPs also help consumers to make informed choices when purchasing seafood. By making these informed choices you can support employment in sustainable production and processing operations.

What FIPS have been set up?

“A number of Irish Fishery Improvement Projects or FIPs have been established. Those that are already up and running include Brown Crab, Prawn, Whitefish, Hake, Whiting, Haddock, Saithe and Albacore Tuna.”

 

How do I find out more?

Irish Hake

Irish Haddock

Irish Whiting

Irish Saithe

Irish Whitefish

Irish Prawn

Irish Brown Crab

Irish Albacore Tuna FIP

 

CONTACT US

The Rubicon Centre,
CIT Campus,
Bishopstown, Cork,
T12Y275, Ireland

10, Dorrance Street,
Suite 700,
Providence, Rhode Island,
02903, USA

IE: +353 21 492 8934
US: +1 401 6484 852

IE Mobile: +353 87 2591376
Email: info@veri.fish

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LATEST NEWS


A report on FIP’s performance globally

A recent report on the performance of FIP's globally has some interesting results for our FIPs https://oursharedseas.com/fipreview/ A recent report on the performance of FIPs globally has some interesting results for our FIPs (https://oursharedseas.com/fipreview/)...

RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT


European Space Agency (ESA) and AquaEye: Marine Applications Ltd has just completed our latest project with ESA AquaEye. The project involves the installation of sensors on participating certified aquaculture production units which transmit data in relation to water quality through satellite and GPRS technology to a cloud-based software platform Users are then able to access the appropriate data based through a user friendly GUI.

https://business.esa.int/projects/aquaeye