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Regional Stormwater Systems: How Should They Be Structured and Financed?

In the world of water and sewage, there are three general types of systems: A "water system" is for drinking water. Raw water is taken from a collection point (for example, a river, a lake or an underground aquifer)...more

EPA, Army Corps Propose New Rule to Govern Federal Clean Water Act Jurisdiction

Intended to clarify confusion from prior US Supreme Court decisions, the rules could have far-reaching implications for many stakeholders. The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the US Army Corps of...more

Ninth Circuit Reverses Prior Ruling: Pollution Levels In Monitoring Data Are Sufficient To Hold County Liable For Storm Water...

Urban storm water runoff has been recognized as one of the most significant sources of water pollution in the country. ...more

State Water Board Considering Revision of Receiving Water Limitations in Municipal Storm Water Permits

On November 20, the State Water Board held a workshop to hear stakeholder concerns with the current receiving water limitation (“RWL”) in municipal storm water permits. Municipal separate store sewer system (MS4) permittees...more

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