Presentations and related documents from the 2023 Nutrients Permitting Workshop.
The 2019 Nutrients Reduction Progress Tracker report provides an overview of the responses received, along with comparisons to the first iteration of the Tracker.
Current agenda for the 2022 Nutrients Permitting Workshop in Kansas City, MO.
Below are the presentations from the 2020 Nutrients Permitting Workshop: Trading and Flexibilities.
News WGA Policy Resolution on Federal State Relationship The Western Governors’ Association recently approved several policy resolutions, including a resolution focused on the Federal-State relationship, during its winter meeting in… Read More »
The fourth Nutrients Permitting Workshop was held at the AlexRenew facility in Alexandria, Virginia and focused on identifying challenges and building solutions regarding water quality standards and permitting for nutrients.… Read More »
EPA – in partnership with USDA – is encouraging increased engagement and a reinvigoration of state, tribal and federal efforts to reduce excess nutrients in waterways, with a focus on market-based and other collaborative pollutant reduction approaches. The Agencies are committed to working with federal agencies, states, tribes and stakeholders such as agricultural producers, wastewater and drinking water service providers, and conservation organizations, to develop solutions tailored to the needs of specific communities and watersheds.
The workshop focused on the relationship between permitting for nutrients and TMDLs. Representatives from 27 states attended along with representatives from EPA Headquarters and 5 Regions. Topics included breaking down… Read More »
ACWA reached out to its members as well as multiple organizations requesting case studies on water quality trading programs. Contributors were asked to describe their programs and answer a series… Read More »