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Published Date: 

14 Sep 2012 - 15:08

Monitoring work undertaken by the Council's Environmental Health service has identified the previously raised levels of naturally occurring algal toxins in one area within Argyll and Bute have returned to within safe levels, details undernoted:-


Loch Spelve

Closed 31.08.12

Re-opened 13.09.12


The area is now re-opened for commercial harvest of bivalve molluscs such as mussels, cockles and razors.

 Notices previously erected to warn the public and casual gatherers will be removed from various locations on the shore.

 For further information, please contact Regulatory Services, Tel: 01631 567987