Examples of Fisheries Department in a sentence
Also, the FAO Fisheries Department has been requested to report to COFI and to the United Nations General Assembly on the implementation of the Code.
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Not less than 200m2 of office space is to be provided to accommodate the Board, the Port Controller, Rescue and Emergency Services, and staff from the Fisheries Department, Department of Marine and Harbours, the Education Department and the Department of Conservation and Land Management.
Proposals involving over 10 hectares of prime land, or 20 hectares of non prime land will require to be notified to the Scottish Office Environment, Agriculture and Fisheries Department.
The word “Department” appearing anywhere in the tender documents means Fisheries Department, Government of West Bengal, who have jurisdiction, administrative or executive, over part of whole of the works forming the subject matter of the tender or contract.
During the statutory restriction imposed by the Fisheries Department, the Ice Factories located at a distance not more than 5 Km. towards the land from the sea shore of the restricted zone will pay demand charges based on the actual maximum demand recorded during the billing period.
The Fisheries Department of Tuvalu (TFD) aims to conduct resource and socio-economic assessments in selected islands, and provide ongoing support to each of the islands to develop and implement management plans that would be approved by the island councils.
To inquire into other matters relating to the Fisheries Department the subject of questions in the Legislative Council which the Committee considers have had inadequate responses.
Acknowledgements These conservation guidelines were produced with financial support from the Ministry of Agriculture, Nature Management and Fisheries/ Department of Nature Conservation, the Swiss Agency for the Environment, Forests and Landscape/Division of Nature, and the DLO-Institute for Forestry and Nature Research (IBN-DLO, now Alterra, Wageningen) of the Netherlands.
However, these precious resources are under tremendous pressure and saw a 70% and 50% decline respectively from 2004 to 2009 country-wide (Fisheries Department 2009).