Tassie’s Tassal – Introducing Will

Aquaculture Investment

Investing over $70 million in new Sanctuary Pens.

The design of our new Sanctuary Pens is just one of the ways we invest in our industry. The Sanctuary Pens keep our people and fish safe while keeping seals out! The netting is made from a patented heat treated bi-polymer, which is both rigid and strong. The single walled design significantly decreases algal growth and allows for fluid movement with the waves. Our pens are scientifically tested in environments overseas to ensure safety of infrastructure as we move into more exposed, further off-shore farming regions.

Our Global Sustainability Certifications and Standards

Being proactive members of internationally recognised organisations makes us accountable, transparent and keeps us on a mission towards a more sustainable future.

The Aquaculture Stewardship Council is an independent, international, non-profit organisation managing the world’s leading certification and labelling programme for responsible aquaculture. More info: asc-aqua.org


The Global Salmon Initiative (GSI) is a leadership initiative established by leading farmed salmon CEOs from around the world who share a vision of providing a healthy and sustainable source of protein to feed a growing population, while minimising their environmental footprint, and continuing to improve their social contribution. More info: globalsalmoninitiative.org


The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) sets global standards for sustainability reporting. It features a modular, interrelated structure and represent global best practice for reporting on a range of economic, environmental and social impacts. In 2017, Tassal ranked #2 globally for transparency in sustainbility reporting by seafoodintel.com. For more info: www.globalreporting.org



About Will

Tassie born and bred, Will has always had a love for the outdoors and the ocean.In 2013, he undertook a Bachelor of Marine Science at the Institute of Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS) in Launceston. His well spent study breaks working as a casual for Tassal, earned him a full time position once he graduated in 2015.