Les Sables-d'Olonne: bathing again allowed

Since Saturday, the large beach of Sables-d'Olonne was prohibited for swimming. And because of traces of hydrocarbon have been discovered in the water. To avoid any risk, swimming has been prohibited until today 10:30 am (to renew) by a temporary ban on bathing and the presence of the purple flag.

Samples were taken to estimate the quality of the water and its harmfulness, in particular by theARS (the Regional Health Agency). It is the result of these analyzes that then determines whether the bathing ban must be renewed or not. It turns out that the analyzes showed a quality of water meeting the standard, the results are consistent.

Bathers can therefore resume their activity serenely. It prevents us from knowing more about the origin of hydrocarbon traces. In any case, no source speaks of it.

The purple flag has appeared recently. It aims to indicate a bathing ban and is hoisted at the request of the mayor for "suspicion of pollution". With the growing pollution on our Earth, we are not immune to not seeing it again quickly.

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