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Monday, September 24, 2012
Congressional Research Service Report Released: Clean Water Act and Pollutant Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs)
The Congressional Research Service (CRS), the public policy research arm of Congress, just issued the report Clean Water Act and Pollutant Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) (Sept. 21, 2012). The 22 page report authored by Claudia Copeland discusses the basic program in Section 303(d) of the Act as well as recent developments and challenges. Included in this report are sections discussing nonpoint source, mercury, stormwater, ocean acidification, climate change and multi-jurisdicational TMDLs. All-in-all an excellent overview for the novice Clean Water Act practitioner.
Posted by Taryn Rucinski at 4:37 PM
Labels: Clean Water Act (CWA), Congressional Research Service, Stormwater, Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDL)
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