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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

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unstar this property working with private owners statement Poorly maintained private sewage treatment facilities could be a source of pollution, therefore the registration of all private sewage systems in Wales is required by 30 June 2012. The primary aim of this exercise is to provide increased protection for the environment and sensitive features such as bathing water beaches. Where properties are identified in the catchment that are not on mains sewerage, Natural Resources Wales will endeavour to ensure registration has been made. more like this
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 algae general statement Seaweed (macroalgae) and phytoplankton (microscopic algae) are a natural part of the marine and freshwater environment. Below we note whether these have been recorded in quantities sufficient to be a nuisance. more like this
unstar this property local authority general statement Heavy rain falling on pavements and roads often flows into surface water drains or highway drains, ending up in local rivers and, ultimately, the sea. The quality of bathing water may be adversely affected as a result of such events. more like this