Cemaes Bay achieves ‘good’ status using Acclimatize predictive model

In 2017, Cemaes Bay was at risk of de-designation after failing EU bathing water standards. Following the development of the Acclimatize predictive model, the beach passed in 2018 and 2019 and was officially rated ‘good’ in 2020. Achieving good status brings benefits to the community and visitors, helping to support the local economy, associated sea based activities and public health.

In the media:

Scientists help improve bathing water quality at Anglesey beach | Aberystwyth University


Cemaes Bay now rated as good for bathing water | North Wales Chronicle


Cemaes Bay classed as ‘good’ in latest bathing water quality results | angleseymonnews.com


Gwyddonwyr yn helpu i wella ansawdd dŵr ymdrochi ar un o draethau Môn | lleol.cymru


Scientists help to improve bathing water quality at Anglesey beach | InYourArea



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