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Swim ban looms for Dublin beach

Swimming is set to be permanently banned at Merrion Strand in Dublin due to ongoing poor water quality results, according to Dublin City Council.
The south Dublin beach failed to meet minimum EU bathing water standards for four years in a row up to and including 2018.
If it fails to meet the minimum standards for a fifth consecutive year, a “permanent prohibition” on bathing will be put in place. It would be the first Irish beach to have such a prohibition.
 While the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will not issue the results of its 2019 bathing water quality tests until April or May, the council has said there is a “high risk” Merrion Stand will again fail to make the grade.

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Although beaches in Dublin Bay, including Merrion Strand, were closed several times last year due to sewage overflow at the Ringsend treatment plant, the council said the problems at Merrion Strand were largely due to polluted streams “discharging” on to the beach.
The streams, the Elm Park and Trimlestown streams, originate in the Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown area and both councils have established a task force to work on the problem.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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