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Weekly Wrap

ACWA Weekly Wrap Vol. XI, Issue 19 (Week of May 18, 2020)

In this issue…

  • EPA requests comments on Sec. 404 & ESA Consultation
  • Draft recommendations released for numeric nutrient criteria
  • Executive Order instructs regulatory relief to support economy
  • Coalition of states seeks WOTUS injunction
  • EPA to propose rule on guidance transparency
  • Meetings, webinars, and more!

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ACWA is a national, nonpartisan professional organization. Association members are the State, Interstate and Territorial officials who are responsible for the implementation of surface water protection programs throughout the nation.

They continue to lead the way in creating and realizing a vision for clean water in America. Select a focus area to see how we support their efforts on:

Goals and Accomplishments

ACWA Annual Report 2019

Our Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2019 highlights the accomplishments and efforts of ACWA members.

FY 2018-2022 Strategic Plan

Learn about the plans and goals that will help us continue to provide value to members through 2017 and beyond.

On Twitter

Last week we partnered with @ASDWAorg to send a joint letter on @EPAWater's work to develop PFAS risk communication tools. Read the full letter here:

Read the research in the #EcosystemServices journal: Testing ecosystem accounting in the United States: A case study for the Southeast:

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