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Private investor builds salmon fish factory on Sakhalin

In the Nevelsky District of the Sakhalin Region, the construction of a fish breeding plant is being completed. Next year, the company, located in 45 km from Nevelsk on the Obutonai River, will begin operations. 25 million chum salmon will be released there annually. Incubation equipment for the plant will be produced on Sakhalin.

Contractors have already completed construction of the main plant building. Its total area will be about three thousand square meters. meters To him pave the conduit length of 3,5 km. During the year, ponds will be equipped at the plant's territory to feed the young, and they will also make a room for the staff.

According to the press service of the regional government, the Kanif company builds a salmon hatchery at its own expense with the support of regional authorities. This will be the third such enterprise in the Nevelsky district, which was created by a private investor.

As the head of the regional fisheries agency, Andrei Maids, explained, new fish-breeding facilities on the south-west coast of Sakhalin are building to restore and preserve wild salmon in the area. Due to the introduction of new plants, the stable work of the fish industry is ensured, new jobs are being created in the region. At the same time, in most cases new enterprises are being built on the initiative of business and in agreement with representatives of science. The regional authorities support this direction and compensate part of the costs incurred by entrepreneurs. For example, last year a plant began operating at the mouth of the Free River with a capacity of ten million young chum and five million pink salmon.

48 hatcheries are now operating in Sakhalin Oblast, of which 32 was built through private investment. In the near future, another seven new fish processing enterprises are planned to be built in the region. They will be located on Sakhalin and on the Kuril Islands.