"This analysis was carried out in the period from May 23rd to 26th, and these results confirm that seawater at Montenegrin beaches are of excellent quality, i.e. that it is sanitary correct, and safe for swimming and recreation. For “JP Morsko dobro” the monitoring of sea water quality is done, for this year as well, by the Institute of Marine Biology from Kotor ", it was said from “Morsko dobro”.
From the total of 16 beaches in Ulcinj Municipality, at 15 of them the water was of excellent quality, while in one of them it was of K2 class. In Bar, the quality of sea water at the total of 11 beaches was of K1 class, while in one beach was of K2 class. In Budva Municipality, the analysis was carried out on 27 locations, out of which at one the water was of K2 class, while in other locations it was of K1 class.The quality of sea water K1 was stated at all nine beaches in Tivat. In Kotor, out of a total of 15 beaches, the quality of K1 was stated at 12 locations, while the remaining three were of class K2 quality. When it comes to water quality on the coast of Herceg Novi, the analyzes showed the quality of K1 at a total of 18 beaches, while at the remaining three waters was of K2 class.
"According to Article 13 of the Decree on Classification and Categorization of Surface and Ground waters, sea water used for bathing and recreation based on compulsory microbiological parameters is classified into two classes: Class K1-Excellent, Class K2-satisfactory, while samples whose values exceed the prescribed limits for these two classes are classified in the Van class (VK) group, " it was concluded from “Morsko dobro”.
Text by CdM, on May 30th 2018, read more at CdM