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A dozen beaches unfit for public use

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The Guam Environmental Protection Agency has issued a pollution advisory for at least one dozen of the island's beaches this week. The following recreational waters tested above the accepted bacteriological standards:

DEDEDO - Tanguisson Beach

TAMUNING - East Hagåtña Bay - Alupang Towers Beach

PITI - Santos Memorial Park

AGAT - Togcha Beach - near Namo River, Togcha Beach - Agat Park Beach, Togcha Beach - near Southern Christian Academy, Bangi Beach, Nimitz Beach

UMATAC - Toguan Bay

MERIZO - Merizo Pier at Mamaon Channel

INARAJAN - Inarajan Bay

TALOFOFO - Talofofo Bay

Guam EPA also continues to report the closure of West Hagatna Bay due to the intended or continued use of the old fractured outfall at the Hagatna Sewage treatment plant. GEPA also reports no harvesting or consumption of seaweed, fish or marine organisms is allowed at Tanguisson Beach.

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