ACWA and ASDWA’s substantive comments on the “Draft Ambient Water Quality Criteria Recommendations for Lakes and Reservoirs of the Conterminous United States: Information Supporting the Development of Numeric Nutrient Criteria” (Draft LNNC)
In February 2020, ACWA jointly submitted comments with ASDWA and ECOS in response to EPA’s ANPRM, “Addition of Certain Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances; Community Right-to-Know Toxic Chemical Release Reporting (Docket # EPA-HQ-TRI-2019-0375).”
A group of subject matter experts from ACWA and ASDWA developed the following recommendations across five action areas to address contaminants of emerging concern: Establish a national priority framework and research agenda for priority setting; Engage industry to develop and improve access to comprehensive chemical data; Increase coordinated monitoring across water resource management programs; Expedite… Read More »
ECOS, ACWA, and ASDWA, and ASTSWMO, shared comments on the EPA PFAS Action Plan with Administrator Wheeler outlining their concerns with the Action Plan.
ACWA Comment Letter on EPA’s National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants: Publicly Owned Treatment Works
The Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources’ Amanda Minks presentation on Wisconsin’s Multi-Discharger Variance program for phosphorous.
ACWA Comment Letter on EPA’s Human Health Recreational Ambient Water Quality Criteria and/or Swimming Advisories for Microcystins and Cylindrospermopsin
Draft Agenda for Mid-Year 2017 Meeting.
NWEA filed suit against EPA over its alleged failure to respond to petition claiming Washington’s rules protecting aquatic life from toxic substances are out of date.
The US District Court for the Southern District of WV held that WV’s failure to develop a TMDL for state waters with high conductivity requires EPA to either approve or disapprove WVDEP’s apparent intention to not develop conductivity TMDLs.
EPA’s Office of Science & Technology response to ACWA’s letter on using Section 308 to collect data.
EPA Deputy Assistant Administrator Joel Beauvias’ response to ACWA’s letter on State Ambient Water Quality Criteria for the Protection of Human Health – Fish Consumption.