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Opinion on the proposal for a council directive concerning the quality of bathing water (COM(94) 36 final), Brussels, 14-15 September 1994.

Opinion on the proposal for a council directive concerning the quality of bathing water (COM(94) 36 final), Brussels, 14-15 September 1994.

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Published by Economic and Social Committee of the European Communities in Brussels .
Written in English


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Overall we commend the proposal for the revision of the Drinking Water Directive (DWD). In particular the wider application of the water safety plan approach is to be applauded. We welcome the inclusion of Legionella which is a significant cause of waterborne illness in Europe. 1. This Directive concerns the quality of water intended for human consumption. 2. The objective of this Directive shall be to protect human health from the adverse effects of any contamination of water intended for human consumption by ensuring that it is wholesome and clean. Article 2 Definitions For the purposes of this Directive: 1.

(a) the monitoring and classification of bathing water quality; (b) the management of bathing water quality; and (c) the provision of information to the public on bathing water quality. 2. The purpose of this Directive is to preserve, protect and improve the quality of the environment and to protect human health by complementing Directive File Size: KB. (2) Directive /7/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 February concerning the management of bathing water quality and repealing Directive 76//EEC, OJ L 64, , pp.

  Proposal for a revised directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on Priority Substances in the field of water quality. What are Priority Substances? Priority Substances are chemical pollutants that pose a significant risk to (or via) the aquatic environment at EU level. The document presents the steps of the procedure applied during the assessment process under the Bathing Water Directive. The document does not necessarily represent the official, formal position of the European Commission. Hence, the views expressed in the document do not necessarily represent the views of the European Size: 1MB.


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Opinion on the proposal for a council directive concerning the quality of bathing water (COM(94) 36 final), Brussels, 14-15 September 1994 Download PDF EPUB FB2

By letter of 6 July the Council consulted Parliament, pursuant to Articles c and s(1) of the EC Treaty, on the proposal for a Council Directive concerning the quality of bathing water. Whereas public interest in the environment and in the improvement of its quality is increasing ; whereas the public should therefore receive objective information on the quality of bathing water, HAS ADOPTED THIS DIRECTIVE: Article 1.

This Directive concerns the quality of bathing water, with the exception of water intended for therapeutic purposes and water used in swimming pools. The object of the present proposal is to simplify and update Directive 76/ EEC on the quality of Bathing Water, with particular reference to the concept of subsidiarity and the 5th environmental action programme.

Gist of the Opinion The Committee welcomes the principles outlined in the proposals but points out matters of practical. Opinion of the European Economic and Social Committee on the "Proposal for a Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council concerning the quality of bathing water" (COM() final — / (COD)) /C / OPINION OF THE COMMISSION pursuant to Article (2) third sub-paragraph, point (c) of the EC Treaty, on the European Parliament’s amendments to the Council’s Common Position regarding the proposal for a DIRECTIVE OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL concerning the quality of bathing waters AMENDING THE PROPOSAL OF THE COMMISSION.

Opinion By letter of 7 June the Council consulted the European Parliament, pursuant to Article c of the EC Treaty and Article s, par. 1 of the EC Treaty, on the proposal for a Council Directive concerning the quality of water intended for human consumption.

L Council Directive 76//EEC of 8 December concerning the quality of bathing water Official Journal L05/02/ P. - Greek special edition: Chapter 15 Volume 1 P. Spanish special edition: Chapter 15 Volume 1 P. Portuguese special edition Chapter 15 Volume 1 P. For water referred to in Article 6(1)(a), (b) and (d), the value must be met, at the latest, 15 calendar years after the entry into force of this Directive.

The parametric value for lead from five years after the entry into force of this Directive until 15 years after its entry into force is 25 μg/l. concerning the management of bathing water quality and repealing Directive 76//EEC. THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION, Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Community, and in particular Article (1) thereof, Having regard to the proposal from the Commission (1).

opinion of the committee on regional policy, transport and tourism PROCEDURAL PAGE By letter of 24 October the Commission submitted to Parliament, pursuant to Article (2) and Article (1) of the EC Treaty, the proposal for a European Parliament and Council directive concerning the quality of bathing water (COM() – / (COD)).

water quality at the consumer's tap, the EU Water Framework Directive regulates the abstraction of drinking water and the protection of water bodies intended for this purpose.

(B) Main considerations The Board notes a number of positive aspects in the preparation of this impact assessment. The ability of Morecambe’s three designated bathing waters to pass the EU Directive on Bathing Water Quality depends on the time of day when the sample is taken, the indicator organism tested for and whether the test uses the most strict (Guideline) or the least strict (Imperative) criteria.

Morning and afternoon sampling for faecal coliforms, faecal streptococci and the Cited by: B COUNCIL DIRECTIVE of 8 December concerning the quality of bathing water (76//EEC) (OJ L 31,p.

1) Amended by: Official Journal No page date M1 Council Directive of 23 December (91//EEC) L 48 Amended by:. concerning the management of bathing water quality and repealing Directive 76//EEC. THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL OF THE.

EUROPEAN UNION, Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European. Community, and in particular Article (1) thereof, Having regard to the proposal from the Commission (1), Having regard to the opinion of the European Economic and. Subject: Proposal for a DIRECTIVE OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL on the quality of water intended for human consumption (recast) Delegations will find attached document COM() final i.

Encl.: COM() final i. EUROPEAN COMMISSION. Brussels, COM() final i. / (COD) i. Proposal for a. - Directive 75//EEC of 16 June concerning the quality required of surface water intended for the abstraction of drinking water in the Member States(25), - Council Decision 77//EEC of 12 December establishing a common procedure for the exchange of information on the quality of surface freshwater in the Community(26).

//EEC Council Directive of 8 December concerning the quality of bathing water (OJ L 31 of 5 February ) Google Scholar (3). //EEC Council Directive of 18 July on the quality of fresh waters needing protection or improvement in order to support fish life (OJ L of 14 August ).Cited by: EU's commitments under the Aarhus Convention The new Bathing Water Directive must be coherent with this proposal.

In practice, better information would mean presenting real-time information on beach conditions, management practices and bathing water quality. This would have to be done at a local level, and beyond the local level on the Internet.

File Size: KB. The Directive overview. The Drinking Water Directive (Council Directive 98/83/EC of 3 November on the quality of water intended for human consumption) concerns the quality of water intended for human consumption.

Its objective is to protect human health from adverse effects of any contamination of water intended for human consumption by ensuring that it is wholesome and clean. The European Union (EU) Bathing Water Directive of ([Commission of the European Communities, Council Directive of 8th December Concerning the Quality of Bathing Water (76//EEC).

Official Journal of the European Community. 5th FebruaryL31/1, Brussels]) sets out standards for designated bathing waters which should be Cited by:. Council Directive of 8 December concerning the Quality of Bathing Water (76//EEC) Bathing Water Directive (76//EEC) — European Environment Agency Do something for our planet, print this page only if needed.MANAGEMENT OF BATHING WATER QUALITY [S.L 1 SUBSIDIARY LEGISLATION MANAGEMENT OF BATHING WATER QUALITY REGULATIONS 1st March, * LEGAL NOTICE ofas amended by Legal Notice of Citation and purpose 1.

(1) The title of these regulations is the Management of Bathing Water Quality Regulations.COUNCIL DIRECTIVE of 8 December concerning the quality of bathing water(76//EEC) Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Economic Community, and in particular Articles and thereof, Having regard to the proposal from the Commission, Having regard to the opinion of the European Parliament (1), Having regard to the opinion of the Economic and Social .