Assessing the Waters: ARPA FVG’s Preparations for the Upcoming Bathing Season

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by Sara Del Sal

The bathing season is soon approaching and so begins the assessment of the bathing waters of the region, thanks to the work of ARPA FVG.

Samples will be taken from 66 different sites: 55 along the Adriatic coast with the remaining samples from rivers, lakes and streams of the northern part of the region.

The bathing season officially starts on 1st of May, and the monthly monitoring, which must be carried out 15 days earlier, will last until the beginning of September.

Interviews:
Anna Lutman, General director of ARPA FVG, the regional agency for the protection of the environment of Friuli Venezia Giulia
Fabio Scoccimarro, Regional Councillor for the environment and energy

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Sara Del Sal
I define myself as an unconventional expat: I lived in Budapest for five years and I recently moved back to Trieste. Today I look at my homeland with different eyes, I love to (re)discover places of my childhood or to find new spots around the region. Living abroad and traveling around made me an open-minded and tolerant person and my studies in foreign languages and journalism gave me the right amount of creativity and curiosity to never stop exploring.

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