Monday, August 4, 2014

Waters of the U.S. - Regulations

If you have friends or family who live near Toledo, Ohio, you may be aware that their tap water hasn't been safe to drink for the last few days due to an algae bloom in Lake Erie.  The cause of the bloom is thought to be agricultural runoff and other pollutants.  This incident may increase your interest in recently proposed changes to Clean Water Act regulations:

The period for submitting comments about the proposed changes has been extended to October 20.  Take a look and let the EPA know what you think.  As the people of Toledo would tell you (when they finally get out of the shower), having clean water is extremely important.

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