Brest: Swimming is Prohibited at Moulin-Blanc

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Swimming prohibited at Moulin-Blanc beach in Brest

Following a problem of repression of sewage, swimming is prohibited beach of Moulin-Blanc (first post) in Brest since Thursday, June 28, 2018 and until further notice.

The town of Brest decided on Thursday 28th June, 2018 to temporarily prohibit and until further notice th ebathing  beach of Moulin-Blanc (first post). A decision that follows a defect on a sewage discharge system from a nearby business. This creates a risk for the quality of the water.

Information boards are installed on site to prevent bathers.

On the other hand, the bathing ban on the Sainte-Anne-du-Porzic beach was lifted, the results of the water analyzes of the last two days being good.

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