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2015 Bathing Water Profile for Llanddwyn

http://environment.data.gov.uk/wales/bathing-waters/data/bathing-water-profile/ukl1100-39980/2015:1

unstar this property macro algae statement This bathing water does not have a history of large amounts of seaweed (macroalgae). more like this
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unstar this property bathing water Llanddwyn more like this
unstar this property local authority Sir Ynys Mon - Isle of Anglesey more like this
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2015-39980:1
unstar this property eso outfalls general statement The majority of sewers in Wales are “combined sewers” and carry both sewage and surface water from roofs and drains. A storm overflow operates during heavy rainfall when the sewerage system becomes overwhelmed by the amount of surface water. The overflow prevents sewage from backing up pipes and flooding properties and gardens. An emergency overflow will only operate infrequently, for example due to pump failure or blockage in the sewerage system. more like this