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Ocean and bay recreational beaches are subject to opening and closing procedures of the State Sanitary Code and must be resampled when bacteria concentrations exceed the primary contact standard of 104 enterococci per 100 mL of sample. Consecutive samples that exceed the standard require the closing of the beach until a sample is obtained that is within the standard. If a sample result is shown in red, the sample has exceeded the monitoring standard for bacteria.  Additional samples will be collected at that location and results will be posted on the next day.

Date
Station
Municipality
Location
Entero
9/3/2013CCMPOC1048BARNEGAT LIGHT BORO10th
< 10
9/3/2013CCMPOC1050BARNEGAT LIGHT BORO24th St
< 10
9/3/2013CCMPOC0142BARNEGAT LIGHT BORO25th St
100
9/3/2013CCMPOC1080BEACH HAVEN BOROLeeward St
< 10
9/3/2013CCMPOC1078BEACH HAVEN BOROTaylor
< 10
9/3/2013CCMPOC1085BERKELEY TWPIBSP 1
< 10
9/3/2013CCMPOC1136BERKELEY TWPIBSP 2
10
9/3/2013CCMPOC1020BRICK TWP7th Ave
< 10
9/3/2013CCMPOC1019BRICK TWPBrick Beach
< 10
9/3/2013CCMPOC0103BRICK TWPWindward Beach
20
9/3/2013CCMPOC0055HARVEY CEDARS BORO75th
40
9/3/2013CCMPOC1054HARVEY CEDARS BORO75th
< 10
9/3/2013CCMPOC1058HARVEY CEDARS BOROBergen
< 10
9/3/2013CCMPOC1082LONG BEACH TWPJoan
< 10
9/3/2013CCMPOC1052LONG BEACH TWPLoveladies Ln
< 10
9/3/2013CCMPOC0077LONG BEACH TWPNew Jersey
10
9/3/2013CCMPOC1076LONG BEACH TWPNew Jersey Ave
< 10
9/3/2013CCMPOC0073LONG BEACH TWPStockton
< 10
9/3/2013CCMPOC1072LONG BEACH TWPStockton Ave
< 10
9/3/2013CCMPOC1001POINT PLEASANT BEACH BOROBroadway
< 10
9/3/2013CCMPOC1002POINT PLEASANT BEACH BOROCentral
< 10
9/3/2013CCMPOC1135POINT PLEASANT BEACH BOROMaryland
< 10
9/3/2013CCMPOC0036SEASIDE HEIGHTS BOROHancock
10
9/3/2013CCMPOC1095SEASIDE HEIGHTS BOROLincoln Ave
< 10
9/3/2013CCMPOC1035SEASIDE HEIGHTS BOROSheridan
< 10
9/3/2013CCMPOC0069SHIP BOTTOM BORO14th St
< 10
9/3/2013CCMPOC1068SHIP BOTTOM BORO14th St
10
9/3/2013CCMPOC1100SHIP BOTTOM BOROSouth 3rd St
< 10
9/3/2013CCMPOC0136SURF CITY BORO16th St
10
9/3/2013CCMPOC1062SURF CITY BORO23rd St
< 10
9/3/2013CCMPOC1099SURF CITY BORONorth 10th St
< 10
* Confluent Growth: Bacterial growth covering the entire filter during a membrane filter test for enterococcus bacteria. This makes it impossible to determine the existence of discrete coliform colonies and therefore there is no way to count specific colonies. The site is re-sampled if this occurs.

environmental monitoring for public access and community trackingThis project was funded by EPA's Environmental Monitoring for Public Access and Community Tracking (EMPACT) program. Click here to find more information about EMPACT: http://www.epa.gov/empact/index.htm

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