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Wa government backs pilbara algae farm, aims to cut pollution of lake

Wa government backs pilbara algae farm, aims to cut pollution of lake

A former mayor of South Australia has backed the expansion of a farm in the Pilbara that plans to treat nearby lake sediment for farming purposes, with the promise of avoiding significant polluting emissions.

The proposal is a first for the state, which has never supported the expansion of such farms, with the only past atte바카라mpt being to support the expansion of a cattle ranch in the Pilbara and a private pet farm in the western Great Southern regions in 2002.

The plan, announced on Wednesday by the State Government, includes the installation of farm equipment in the Pilbara National Pa우리카지노rk. It follows a $6.4 million funding round of $10 million announced in August.

The farm would be called Blue Ocean Aquaculture and was set to begin construction in 2017.

State Farm executive officer Michael Raine said the company will not sell the farm to farmers. “We would not be responsible to them to sell,” he said. “We will only be selling it to third parties as part of an agreement.”

Budget documents obtained under freedom of information show the state has been funding Blue Ocean Aquaculture since 2014.

“We are happy to announce that Blue Ocean will be the first private-sector operator in the Pilbara to expand into freshwater aquaculture,” state agriculture minister, Paul Katter, said in a statement on Wednesday. “Blue Ocean is committed to sustainability, which will benefit all of us, the residents of the Pilbara and also future generations.”

Blue Ocean is an affiliate of the Australian aquaculture giant WNR with major sales in Queensland. The company has not expressed an opinion on the proposal.

A spokesman for the Blue Ocean Aquaculture, a joint venture between a subsidiary of the South Australian government and industry body Aquaculture SA, told Guardian Australia the proposed farm would provide a sustainable source of feed for both cattle and sheep.

Mr Raine said the 예스카지노company was hoping to develop the farm into a global food farm.

“It has a potential to create sustainable jobs for people who work in the Pilbara, and to help meet the increasing demand for fish and seafood in regional South Australia,” he said.

The farm would be set for an initial site of 300 hectares at the western side of the Pilbara, which lies under a lake, and would eventually expand to a capacity of 1,000 hectares with a goal of creating as many as 10 permanent jobs. The area is under current fishin