The Tasmanian Salmon Growers Association has established a hotline and mobile application for reporting marine debris in the state's waterways.
TSGA chief executive Andrew Gregson said the systems have been established to streamline reporting and to ensure that swift action was taken.
"We've heard very clearly from the Tasmanian community that marine debris is not acceptable. We agree," Mr Gregson said.
On Tuesday concerned residents piled marine debris outside Parliament House as part of a call for action on pollution from fish farms.
Residents said picking up debris that has washed up on the shoreline on the Tasman Peninsula has become a daily event.
"All Tasmanian salmon farmers aim to stop our debris at its source," Mr Gregson said.
"By reporting salmon farm debris found on water or on the beach, users of the app or the hotline can, in one streamlined process, notify government authorities and have salmon companies clean it up and identity how to stop it happening again."
Information reported will be sent to Marine and Safety Tasmania and the Marine Farming Branch of the Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment, for collation and any necessary action.
Reports will also be sent to the salmon company closest to the debris so that they can remove it quickly.
The personal details of those reporting debris will not be sent to salmon companies.
The hotline number is 1300 DEBRIS and the app can be found by searching "Debris tracker" or "TSGA" on both iOS and Android systems.