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The water quality at Camps Bay and Clifton 4th beach is under the spotlight after Water Watch SA raised the alarm of high levels of E. coli discovered in their own recent water quality tests.

The advocacy group has been conducting independent weekly water quality tests at some of Cape Town’s most popular Blue Flag beaches since 22 November 2016.

This is in an effort to investigate and monitor shore-based pollution at Camps Bay and Clifton 4th Beach possibly caused by the sewage outfall, which is the city’s method of disposing of untreated effluent along the Atlantic sea board.

Recent samples, taken in the first week of December, were tested by accredited laboratory Swift Laboratory/Mérieux NutriSciences.

“Water Watch SA has received alarming results from lab tests done on sea water samples collected last Friday at Camps Bay shortly after heavy rain.

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