Bathing Water Quality

Malahide Beach is one of the designated beaches under the Quality of Bathing Waters Regulations, Beaches of Ireland, 1992. Regular monitoring is carried out on the beach during the summer months as required by the Regulations.

For more information visit the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) website.

The Blue Flag Scheme is a voluntary scheme to identify high-quality bathing water areas, administered in Ireland by An Taisce and at European level by the Foundation for Environmental Education in Europe (FEEE). To receive a blue flag, a bathing site, in addition to maintaining a high standard of water quality, must meet specified objectives with regard to the provision of safety services and facilities, environmental management of the beach area and environmental education.