Some Tasmanians concerned about salmon industry expansion | 7.30

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Tasmania’s salmon industry trades on its clean, green image and the state government is backing plans for the industry to double in value by 2030.

But residents and scientists claim the large-scale fish farming has already caused huge damage to the island state’s waterways.

Ellen Coulter reports.

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