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Shellfish Activities

A federal court in Washington ruled that the government violated the Clean Water Act when it issued a certain permit relating to commercial shellfish aquaculture activities, because there is insufficient evidence to support the conclusion that it would have minimal adverse impacts on the environment.

SEATTLE – A federal court in Washington ruled that the government violated the Clean Water Act when it issued a certain permit relating to commercial shellfish aquaculture activities, because there is insufficient evidence to support the conclusion that it would have minimal adverse impacts on the environment.

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