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Map of Permission / Interdiction of bivalve harvesting

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Map of Permission / Interdiction of bivalve harvesting

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<b>Permission</b> catch status Permission catch status

<b>Total interdiction</b> catch status Total interdiction catch status

<b>Partial permission</b> catch status Partial permission catch status

Notes:

ASP = Amnesic shellfish poisoning

DSP = Diarrhetic shellfish poisoning

PSP = Paralytic shellfish poisoning


Health Status Legal Limit
(Reg. (CE) N.º 854/2004, Reg. (CE) N.º 1021/2008 e Reg. (EU) 2015/2285)
Observations
A ≤ 230 E. coli NMP/100 g A result in five may be greater than 230 E. coli NMP / 100 g, not exceeding 700 E. coli NMP / 100 g.
Bivalve molluscs can be caught and marketed for direct human consumption.
B > 230 e ≤ 4.600 E. coli NMP/100 g At least 90% of the samples and none exceed 46 000 E. coli NMP / 100 g. Bivalve molluscs may be harvested and destined for purification, transposition or processing into an industrial unit.
C > 4.600 e ≤ 46.000 E. coli NMP/100 g Bivalve molluscs may be harvested and intended for prolonged transposition or transformation into an industrial unit only.
Forbidden > 46.000 E. coli NMP/100 g The harvest of bivalve molluscs is not permitted.
* - "Provisional classifications": corresponds to ratings based on a limited number of samples.
NA - Not applicable
NC - non classified specie