According to information from the Coastal Zone Administration, testing of sea water conducted on 5 and 6 July showed that 94% of the quality of bathing water was K1, and 6% was of K2 class.
Every month during the summer season, on public beaches of the coast, sea water is taken for analysis, which is performed by the Institute of Marine Biology.
The quality of sea water was of class K1 on all 16 beaches in Ulcinj and 12 beaches in Bar.
In Budva, out of 27 beaches, on one the water was of class K2, and the others 26 have class K1.
Analysis of sea water in the city of Tivat showed the quality of water class K1 on 8 beaches of 9, on one - sea water was of K2 quality.
A similar situation was in Kotor, where a total of 15 beaches, 14 have class K1 and one - class K2.
In Herceg Novi, out from 21 beaches, the water of K1 class quality was on 18 beaches and on three - K2 class quality.
All data, as well as previous analyzes of the quality of sea water, can be found on the site of the Coastal Zone Administration (www.morskodobro.com).
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