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Inland bathing water quality in Slovenia is good and comparable with bathing water quality in other European countries.


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Figure VD09-1: Inland bathing water quality, Slovenia, 2004-2019
Sources: 

Database on bathing water quality, National institute of Public Health (2004–2009), Database on bathing water quality (2010–2019), Slovenian Environment Agency (2020)

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excellent quality or compliant with guide values[number]

at least sufficient or compliant with mandatory values[number]

poor quality or non-compliant[number]

excellent quality or compliant with guide values[%]

at least sufficient or compliant with mandatory values[%]

poor quality or non-compliant[%]

2004

5

10

7

27.80

55.60

38.90

2005

7

9

9

38.90

50

50

2006

8

15

3

44.40

83.30

16.70

2007

6

16

2

33.30

88.90

11.10

2008

8

13

5

44.40

72.20

27.80

2009

9

24

1

36

96

4

2010

14

25

0

56

100

0

2011

13

26

0

50

100

0

2012

9

26

0

34.60

100

0

2013

14

26

0

53.80

100

0

2014

11

26

0

42.30

100

0

2015

12

26

0

46.20

100

0

2016

14

26

0

53.80

100

0

2017

14

26

0

53.80

100

0

2018

20

26

0

76.90

100

0

2019

18

26

0

69.20

100

0

Figure VD09-2: Bathing waters in Dolenjska region and Bela Krajina, 2019
Sources: 
Slovenian Environment Agency (2020)
; Map base: Ministry of the Environment and Spatial Planning, Slovenian Environment Agency, GURS (2020)
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Figure VD09-3: Clone of Bathing waters in Gorenjska region, 2019
Sources: 
Slovenian Environment Agency (2020)
; Map base: Ministry of the Environment and Spatial Planning, Slovenian Environment Agency, GURS (2020)
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Figure VD09-4: Clone of Bathing waters in Goriška region, 2019
Sources: 
Slovenian Environment Agency (2020)
; Map base: Ministry of the Environment and Spatial Planning, Slovenian Environment Agency, GURS (2020)
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