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 page.
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