|Environmental :: Oceans & Seafood ||Canned Tuna Guide - Greenpeace || ||Bycatch and fishing methods: : Safcol does not provide information on the fishing method it uses.
Traceability and labelling: Safcol does not label its cans with the species of the tuna inside or information about where this tuna comes from.
Support for marine reserves and equitable fishing: Safcol has not expressed public support for the establishment of marine reserves, nor does it have a equitable and sustainable sourcing policy.
Verdict: : It is a very poor report card for Safcol. If it is serious about the future of its industry, it needs to act now and ensure it uses sustainable and equitably sourced tuna.
||July 1, 2010 ||Safcol Australia |
|Environmental :: Packaging / Recycling ||National Packaging Covenant Signatory || ||Signatory to the National Packaging Covenant (mk2- began September 2005), a voluntary agreement to encourage waste minimisation. || ||Safcol Australia |
|Environmental :: Oceans & Seafood ||Canned Tuna Guide - Greenpeace || ||Ranked with 71/100 - green (good) ||Jan. 1, 2011 ||Safcol Australia |