Safer Seas Service Film

Surfers Against Sewage launches newly improved Safer Seas Service app providing vital real-time water quality alerts at even more beaches across England & Wales.

Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) has launched an updated and improved Safer Seas Service, now reporting on water quality in real-time at 330 beaches around England and Wales. The Safer Seas Service is the only national service that protects water users from sewage and diffuse pollution in real-time and this year’s service has become even more sophisticated; increasing the number of beaches covered by the real-time alerts responding to both raw sewage discharges and diffuse pollution incidents. The Safer Seas Service protects water users from these pollution events and directs them towards beaches with better water quality. The Safer Seas Service app is free to download for iPhones, iPads and mobile Android devices from iTunes and Google Play; the information is also displayed on the SAS website.

Click here for more information on the Safer Seas Service and to download the free app