Recreational water quality monitoring 2022/23

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  • Published Date Mon 28 Aug 2023
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Regional and city councils monitor recreational water quality to identify risks to public health from disease-causing organisms and toxic algae. People can then make informed decisions about where, when, and how they use rivers and the marine environment for recreation. This report summarises recreational water quality monitoring results in the Greater Wellington region up to June 2023. An interactive version can be accessed from the water monitoring page.

Reference: Greater Wellington (GW). 2023. Recreational water quality monitoring 2022/2023.

Updated 28 August 2023 at 14:01