In Ontario, the microbiological quality of beach water is assessed by measuring the concentration of Escherichia coli present June through August of each year. The geometric mean concentrations of E. coli measured at representative beach locations has been the basis for recreational water quality standards and the criteria for beach closures. However, due to the time required to obtain culture-based results (18-24 hours), E. coli concentrations are… Read More >
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