Inland Fisheries director for Kerry says Limerick fish kill is a reminder of the need for due diligence

The Director of Inland Fisheries Ireland in the South West says a fish kill in West Limerick serves as a reminder not to become complacent about pollution in our rivers. Inland Fisheries Ireland Inland Fishery Inspectors and officials from Limerick City and County Council are investigating the fish kill on the Lubagh River near Kilmallock. The have identified a farm as a source of the effluent. Patrick Buck who overseas fisheries in Kerry, acknowledges work in recent years to prevent pollution but says incidents like the one in Limerick reminds us of the need for due diligence: [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/26389/medium/”]

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