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Council Directive 2006/88/EC of 24 October 2006 on animal health requirements for aquaculture animals and products thereof, and on the prevention and control of certain diseases in aquatic animals

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PART IU.K.+E.U.Authorised aquaculture production business

1.

The following minimum information on each aquaculture production business shall be kept by the competent authority in a register, as provided for in Article 6:

(a)

the name and addresses of the aquaculture production business, and contact details (telephone, facsimile, e-mail);

(b)

the registration number and particulars of the authorisation delivered, (i.e. dates for specific authorisations, identification codes or numbers, specified conditions for production, any other matter relevant to the authorisation(s));

(c)

the geographical position of the farm defined by a suitable system of coordinates of all farm-sites (if possible, GIS coordinates);

(d)

the purpose, type (i.e. type of culture system, or facilities such as land-based facilities, sea cages, earth ponds) and maximum volume of production where this is regulated;

(e)

for continental farms, dispatch centres and purification centres, details on the farm's water supply and discharges;

(f)

the species of aquaculture animals reared at the farm (for multi-species farms or ornamental farms, it shall as a minimum be registered whether any of the species are known to be susceptible to diseases listed in Part II of Annex IV, or known vectors of such diseases);

(g)

updated information on the health status (i.e. if the farm is disease-free (located in a Member State, zone or compartment), where the farm is under a programme with a view of achieving such status, or where the farm is declared infected by a disease referred to in Annex IV).

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Where an authorisation is granted to a mollusc farming area in accordance with the second subparagraph of Article 4(1), the data required pursuant to point 1(a) of this part shall be recorded for all aquaculture production businesses which operate within the mollusc farming area. The data required pursuant to points 1(b) to 1(g) of this part shall be recorded at mollusc farming area level.

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