USING THE LEGISLATIVE PROCESS TO ESTABLISH IMPLEMENTATION DIRECTIVES FOR FORGING STATE WQS WITH WET WEATHER ISSUES IN CSO COMMUNITIES IN INDIANA
As one of the Great Lakes states, concern for implementing comprehensive water quality standards has been at the forefront of Indiana's environmental policies for much of the past decade. In recent years, focus has been on policies and rules for assessing and managing WQS impacts resulting from CSO discharges, primarily during wet weather. In Indiana, of the 106 communities operating combined systems, more than 85% are smaller, less-resourced rural towns and villages.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2000-01-01
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