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Share of coastal bathing water site quality in Ireland from 2013 to 2017, by standard
Coastal bathing site water quality in Ireland 2013-2017
This statistic displays the water quality of coastal bathing sites across Ireland from 2013 to 2017, in accordance with EU regulations. Although there was 5.3 percent share of poor quality coastal bathing sites in Ireland in 2017, over 90 percent were classed as sufficient. 70.7 percent had excellent quality water, however, this was a drop from the previous year.
Share of coastal bathing water site quality in Ireland from 2013 to 2017, by standard
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Source

Release date

May 2018

Region

Ireland

Survey time period

2013 to 2017

Supplementary notes

*Quality classification not possible: not enough samples /new bathing waters/bathing waters subject to changes/closed.

The source adds the following information "Faecal contamination of water continues to pose a risk to human health, especially if it is found at bathing water sites. Swimming at contaminated beaches or lakes can result in illness. The major sources of pollution are sewage and water draining from farms and farmland. Such pollution increases during heavy rains and floods due to sewage overflow and polluted drainage water being washed into rivers and seas. All EU Member States, plus Albania and Switzerland, monitor their bathing sites according to the provisions of the EU’s revised Bathing Water Directive. The legislation specifies if the bathing water quality can be classified as ‘excellent’, ‘good’, ‘sufficient’ or ‘poor’, depending on the levels faecal bacteria detected. Where water is classified as ‘poor’, Member States should take certain measures, like banning bathing or posting a notice advising against it, providing information to the public, and suitable corrective measures"

Coastal bathing site water quality in Ireland 2013-2017
This statistic displays the water quality of coastal bathing sites across Ireland from 2013 to 2017, in accordance with EU regulations. Although there was 5.3 percent share of poor quality coastal bathing sites in Ireland in 2017, over 90 percent were classed as sufficient. 70.7 percent had excellent quality water, however, this was a drop from the previous year.
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