Sea water samples are taken by the Environment Agency at each bathing water location, between May 1 and September 30, to determine levels of bacteria in sea water and which water quality standard has been achieved.
What does WQS stand for?
WQS stands for Water Quality Standard
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We have 11 other meanings of WQS in our Acronym Attic
- Work Queue Request (computer architecture communications)
- Work Queue with Replication (data processing)
- Worldwide Quality Register
- Water Quality Research Australia Limited
- West Quaker Ridge Association (New York)
- Water Quality Research Journal
- Water Quality for River-Reservoir Systems
- WAN (Wide Area Network) Quick Start (training guide; Cisco)
- Water Quality Sampling System
- Water Quality Section (various locations)
- World Qualifying Series (surfing competition)
- World Quality Services (est. 1998; food production)
- Water Quality Settlement Agreement
- Watch Quarter Station Bill (US Coast Guard)
- Western Quebec School Board (Canada)
- Water Quality Steering Committee
- Water Quality Standards Database
- Water Quality Sampling Plan
- Water Quality Sampling Program
- Wide Quad Super EXtended Graphics Array
Samples in periodicals archive:
Meeting discharge water quality standards is a necessary component of any construction project on Ontario waterways.
Federal numeric water quality standards being proposed by the Environmental Protection Agency "could lead to more costly and stringent limits on nutrient runoff to waters that ultimately contribute to the Mississippi River," according to the American Farm Bureau Federation.
EPA has posted the ninth and final release of the water quality standards database (WQSDB), which contains information on water quality standards, designated use of waterbodies, waterbody attributes, and criteria data.
This is your last chance to register for the Fourth Conference on Watershed Management to Meet Water Quality Standards and Emerging TMDL, March 10-13, in San Antonio, Texas.
Most recreational water quality standards are aimed at protecting beachgoers against accidental ingestion of or skin contact with water contaminated by fecal material.
``It would potentially put us in violation of (federal) water quality standards and force us to come back with a larger rate increase in the future to correct those violations.
I've got 20 years worth of my own water sampling," says Cole, who continues to conduct water quality standards testing as part of his company's licensing requiring and also keeps a fish veterinarian on retainer to monitor water quality and fish health.