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Parliamentary questions
22 November 2013
E-013302-13
Question for written answer
to the Commission
Rule 117
Michael Theurer (ALDE)

 Subject:  EU Directive 2006/7/EC
 Answer(s) 

EU Directive 2006/7/EC concerning the management of bathing water quality was adopted on 15 February 2006.

The lake ‘Buchhorner See’ in Baden-Württemberg (Germany) has good water quality. This is due to the fact that, in 2004, the water was drained out, it was cleared of fish and 10 000 m3 were dredged.

In the EU Directive, an average of the values measured in the last four bathing seasons is used to describe the water quality. This results in the demonstrably good water quality of the Buchhorner See being described as poorer than it currently is.

1. Does the EU Directive provide for the possibility of a re-assessment so that the good water quality of the Buchhorner See is also reflected in the assessment table of the EU bathing water quality report?

2. Article 4c allows for the option of assessing the bathing water quality on the basis of a data set encompassing the last three bathing seasons only. Does this Article offer an opportunity to carry out a re-assessment?

Original language of question: DEOJ C 237, 22/07/2014
Laatst bijgewerkt op: 5 december 2013Juridische mededeling