SAN DIEGO — The seashores instantly south of the border barrier in Tijuana have been declared protected for leisure use by Baja California’s Fee for the Safety towards Sanitary Dangers, identified in Mexico as Coepris.
That is opposite to what environmental teams north of the border have been saying, equivalent to Imperial Seashore, California-based Wildcoast, which insists the water comprises excessive ranges of micro organism alongside the shoreline in each the Tijuana space and Imperial Seashore.
It says the continuing launch of untreated sewage into the ocean from Mexico continues to taint seashores in each nations.
Proper now, for just a few miles on the U.S. facet of the border, seashores stay of-limits. That is one thing that has been the case all year long.
Coepris admits there are some drawback areas on Mexico’s facet of the border, however total it says a lot of the coast from Tijuana south to Ensenada is protected.
Playa Blanca and playas aledañas in Punta Bandera have been declared off-limits and unhealthy, based on Coepris head Erwin Areizaga Uribe.
These areas are positioned alongside the coast about 5 miles south of the border.
Areizaga Uribe mentioned the seashores in Rosarito are open and protected to make use of besides Quintas del Mar, which is a couple of mile north of the pier in Rosarito.
Farther south, aside from El Sauzal, all of the shoreline in Ensenada is open. El Sauzal is the city simply earlier than coming into town of Ensenada.
“As for San Felipe, it’s large open and the whole lot is regular and protected,” mentioned Areizaga Uribe.