Nutrients

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Municipal clean water utilities will continue to play a role in the control of nutrient pollution, however all nutrient sources should be more equitably controlled. NACWA believes that broader changes are needed to reduce the significant non-point source contributions.

For more information on NACWA’s legal activities and litigation related to Nutrients, please visit the Legal Resources key page.

 

2013

10/04 NACWA Correspondence icon-pdf NACWA Letter on EPA Nutrient Training Materials key
05/24 Clean Water Current   Senate Holds Hearing on Water Quality Trading; NACWA Submits Statement key
05/24 Clean Water Current   Healthy Waters Coalition Urges Senators to Support Farm Bill key
05/24 Clean Water Current   NACWA Supports Proposed Approach for Nutrient Criteria in Ohio key
05/22 NACWA Comments icon-pdf NACWA Letter on Ohio EPA's Approach to Development of Nutrient Criteria  
05/10 Clean Water Current   NACWA Continues Legal Advocacy in Mississippi River Nutrients Case key
04/05 Clean Water Current   NACWA Issues March Healthy Waters Updates key
03/29 Clean Water Current   NACWA Members Prominent at Mississippi River Nutrients Dialogue key
03/08 Clean Water Current   NACWA Legal Briefs Argue Against Federal Nutrient Criteria for Mississippi River Basin key
03/08 Clean Water Current   NACWA Voices Concerns over Translation of Narrative Nutrient Criteria key
03/07 NACWA Comments icon-pdf NACWA Letter to EPA on Narrative Nutrient Criteria Translation key
02/08 Clean Water Current   Court Grants NACWA Intervention in Water Quality Trading Case key
02/01 NACWA Comments icon-pdf NACWA Letter on Florida Remand Rule and Coastal/Estuaries Rule  
01/25 Clean Water Current   EPA Submits Strong Brief in Mississippi River Nutrients Litigation key
01/15 Order of Dismissal icon-pdf EPA/NRDC Dismissal of Secondary Treatment Petition Lawsuit key
01/04 Clean Water Current   NACWA Supports Adaptive Approach in Proposed Iowa Nutrient Reduction Strategy key
01/02 NACWA Comments icon-pdf NACWA Comments on Iowa Nutrient Reduction Strategy  

 

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