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Water Cleanup Plans: Waterbodies Proposed for Cleanup Plans

Publication number Date Published
02-10-027May 2002
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Author(s) Ann Butler
Description Public Comments Invited on Water Cleanup List

The Washington Department of Ecology (Ecology) wants your comments on a list of priority waterbodies that we have tentatively chosen for water cleanup planning during the next year. Ecology organizes water cleanup efforts through geographic areas called Water Quality Management Areas (WQMAs). Each WQMA is made up of one or more Water Resource Inventory Areas (WRIAs) or watersheds. We choose individual waterbodies or watersheds in each of our four regions yearly. To help us select these waters; we met with local groups in communities within the WQMAs last fall.
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Keywords inventory, resource, comments, Public Comment, cleanup, water cleanup plan, plan, water, water quality, quality, management, water resource
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