Praia da Parede, in Cascais, opened again to bathers, after counter-analyzes to the water that revealed microbiological values ”within the reference parameters”, which allowed the lifting of the ban, the City Council said this Saturday.
“The counter-analyzes carried out on the water at Praia da Parede reveal that the microbiological values are within the reference parameters. This means that the beach is in perfect condition for bathing, so the ban is lifted ”, communication, the Municipality of Cascais, in the district of Lisbon.
Praia da Parede is again open for bathing. The counter-analyzes carried out on the water at Praia da Parede reveal that…
The municipality underlines that “it worked in constant articulation with the competent authorities in this matter, namely the Portuguese Environment Agency, the Captaincy and the Directorate-General for Health, in order to ensure the safety and health conditions essential to bathing practice”, as well as in the sense of “quick resolution of the anomalous situation”.
Praia da Parede was banned from bathing in the middle of this week after having recorded microbiological values above the reference parameters, following periodic analyzes carried out on water quality. In a note posted on Facebook, the municipality then referred that this situation determined the banning of bathing practice only at Praia da Parede, not affecting the others.
Praia da Parede in Cascais banned from bathing after analysis of water quality
According to the municipality, Águas de Cascais was conducting checks on the networks and sanitation systems, in order to ascertain the possible causes of the results obtained, since the cause of the contamination of the water was not evident.
The Cascais City Council also indicated that the other beaches in the municipality were subject to monitoring and analysis, with the results within the reference parameters.