These Baja California beaches were found to be unsuitable for recreational use

The water quality of at least five beaches located in Tijuana and Rosarito was analyzed

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Through its social media, "Proyecto Fronterizo de Educación Ambiental"(PFEA), a civil association of Tijuana in Baja California, released the results of the analysis of the water quality of at least five beaches in the state.

According to PFEA, the following beaches, located in Tijuana and Rosarito, are not suitable for recreational use:

El Faro
Parque México
Cañada Azteca
El Vigía
Playa Blanca

In turn, PFEA pointed out in its publication that the subdivisions Rancho de mar, Residencial San Marino 1st Section, Sueños del Mar, Baja Malibu Carretera and Lomas, Brisas del Mar, as well as Gardenhaus, Delfínes and Hacienda del Mar, which are located in the Playas de Tijuana and the del Centro del Municipio de Playas de Rosarito delegations, precisely from the section of Baja Malibu to the town known as La Mina, in the Ejido of Mazatlán, were warned of the existence of sewage spills that drain superficially and/or discharge directly into the environment.

This was stated in the publication of the Official Journal of the State of Baja California dated July 27, 2020 in the State of Emergency Declaration, according to PFEA.

Proyecto Fronterizo, which was born in the border city in 1991, has been in charge of protecting the ocean, as well as the streams and coasts of our basin.

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