Lack of Rain Improves Southern California Beaches, New Heal the Bay Report Says

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Drought-like conditions over the last year have greatly improved water quality at Southern California beaches including in Long Beach, according to Health the Bay’s latest annual survey released last week.
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Heal The Bay Annual Report Shows Long Beach Water Grades Still Dependent on Wet, Dry Weather

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Last year’s wet winter may have pulled California out of its years-long drought but the influx of water had one noticeable negative impact as it dragged down water quality scores in a number of beaches across the state.

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Heal the Bay Introduces New Tool to Determine Water Quality at Select Beaches, Including Long Beach

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In a move to provide more up-to-date information to beachgoers, Heal the Bay announced earlier this month the launch of a beach water quality forecasting system, with initial information available for five beaches in three counties, including Long Beach’s...

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Heal the Bay Report Reveals High Bacteria Levels in Parts of LA River

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Nearly two weeks after 1.75 million gallons of sewage spilled into the Los Angeles River, causing Long Beach ocean waters to temporarily close, the environmental nonprofit Heal the Bay released a report Wednesday claiming parts of the river had...

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93 Percent of Long Beach Coastline Receives A and B Grades From Heal The Bay

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The release of Heal the Bay's 2016 beach report card spells good news for those looking to take a dip in the ocean this weekend, as 95 percent of the state’s beaches were given A or B grades. Long...

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Summer Report Card Shows 90% of Beaches Earned “A” and “B” Scores

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Beach waters in Long Beach were healthier than ever this summer, according to Heal the Bay's most recent End of Summer Beach Report Card.

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Long Beach Waters Continue to Improve According to Heal the Bay

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The latest report card issued to Long Beach from Heal the Bay gave our beaches an overwhelming positive amount of grades, with 10 of 13 beaches receiving A or B grades when in dry weather.

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