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The Bathing Water Directive requires member states to identify all bathing waters each year where large numbers of bathers are expected during the bathing season (15 May to 30 September). Once designated the bathing water will be subject to regular testing by Natural Resources Wales during the bathing season and given a water quality. The number of Welsh beaches with excellent bathing water has risen by 20% to its highest number in 25 years, says an environmental charity. The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) Good Beach Guide. Bathing Water Quality. The Environment Agency takes up to twenty water samples at each of England’s designated bathing waters during the bathing water season between May and September each year. A classification for each bathing water is calculated annually based on samples from the previous four years. Get this from a library! Bathing water quality in England and Wales in report of the National Rivers Authority.. [National Rivers Authority.;].
Valuation of Benefits to England and Wales of a Revised Bathing Water Quality Directive and Other Beach Characteristics Using the Choice Experiment Methodology, (June), eftec, Ipsos MORI & The South West Research Company (). Bathing water quality in Wales has improved significantly over the past two decades. It’s our job to work with government, bathing water controllers, local authorities and businesses to maintain and improve bathing water quality in Wales. How we monitor bathing water quality. There are designated bathing waters in Wales. A week in the life of a beach coordinator in Cumbria The seaside economy contributes more than £ billion each year in England and it’s crucial we protect our bathing water quality. Bathing water quality in the UK reached a Read more of A week in the life of a beach coordinator in Cumbria - 2 comments Turning the tide on poor water quality. Look up a bathing water profile by name or location below. To get an overview of multiple bathing water locations, or to download data extracts, see the data page. Water quality at designated bathing water sites in England is assessed by the Environment Agency.