Dubrovnik-Neretva County, Administrative Department for Communal Affairs and Environmental Protection, in accordance with the Regulation on the quality of bathing sea, sent a statement that on the beaches of Hotel Rixos Libertas in Dubrovnik and Hotel Plat in Župa dubrovačka there was short-term marine pollution.According to the notification of the Public Health Institute of Dubrovnik-Neretva County, from July 10, 2018, during the fifth examination of sea quality according to the Program for determining the quality of the sea on the beaches of Dubrovnik-Neretva County in 2018, it was found that the results of sea bathing analysis the beaches of the Hotel Rixos Libertas in Dubrovnik and the Hotel Plat in Župa dubrovačka, sampled on July 09, 2018, exceed the limit values for the microbiological parameter Escherichia coli. In accordance with the Decree on the quality of bathing water, Art. 23 and 24, sampling of the sea will be repeated until the cessation of pollution. The pollution has been notified to the Environmental Protection Inspectorate and other competent inspections.Considering that the sea samples on the beaches of the Hotel Rixos Libertas in Dubrovnik and the Hotel Plat in Župa dubrovačka do not meet the requirements of the Regulation due to the pollution of fecal origin, bathing is not recommended until further notice.So much for the strategic development of tourist destinations and luxury tourism. Any comment is redundant…More detailed information is available to the public on the websites of the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Energy and the Dubrovnik-Neretva County Public Health Institute.Bathing sea quality assessments in Croatia On the adress http://www.izor.hr/kakvoca/ You can see the sea quality ratings in Croatia shown in colored circular symbols, namely blue (excellent), green (good), yellow (satisfactory) and red (unsatisfactory) on Google maps, as well as numerous accompanying information (eg air and sea temperatures). , salinity, wind direction).
ELLSWORTH — The Ellsworth boys’ soccer team scored four unanswered goals in the final 21 minutes of the game to rally from a 2-1 deficit against Foxcroft Academy on Thursday.Ellsworth won 5-2.Ellsworth improved its record to 7-0-1 and handed the Foxcroft Ponies their first loss (6-1).Alex Braley scored two of the four goals, and Colby Clarke started the surge off a Braley pass. A throw-in by Lukas Firestone set up Braley’s first goal at 16:35. Matt Curtis then blasted in the ball from 20 yards out about 11 minutes later. Braley capped the scoring for the Eagles with 2:01 left when he converted off a direct kick.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textFirestone put the Eagles on the scoreboard first with 20:37 left in the first half when his kick from 30 yards out sliced just under the crossbar. Foxcroft’s Tobias Hogfeldt scored about 10 minutes later on an unassisted goal from 20 yards out.Hogfeldt set up Nate Church’s goal 9:11 into the second half before Ellsworth rallied.Ellsworth goalie Bruce St. Peter finished with five saves on nine shots for the Eagles while Logan Butera and Andrew Miles combined for seven saves on 18 shots for the Ponies.Ellsworth will host Old Town (4-4) on Friday.GSA 3, Bucksport 0George Stevens Academy beat Bucksport Monday.DI-S 3, Schenck 2Deer Isle-Stonington beat Scheck on Saturday.WA 8, Sumner 0Washington Academy beat Sumner on Thursday.Greenville 4, DI-S 1Greenville’s Jay Owens scored two goals in the second half to extend the Lakers’ lead en route to the victory over Deer Isle-Stonington on Thursday.Krisford Melanio scored the lone goal for Deer Isle-Stonington.Evan Bjork made eight saves on nine shots for Greenville while Ethan Shepard made 16 saves on 20 shots for DI-S.