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Water Quality Program Policy 1-11 Chapter 1: October 2018 Public Review Response to Comments

 
Publication number Date Published
18-10-036November 2018
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Author(s) Water Quality Program
Description Ecology held a public review on revisions to Policy 1-11, Chapter 1 in February – April 2018. We received comments from 24 entities. The public comments, and Ecology’s responses, are contained in this document. An index of public commenters is included below to assist the commenter in finding responses to their comments.

Comments are categorized in the order of the sections in Policy 1-11. Within each section, comments are organized in alphabetical order by commenter. We provided subject areas under some sections to further delineate similar comments where appropriate. To view the full set of comments received, go to Ecology’s website where all correspondence is publically available in the order they were received.
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Keywords federal, Water quality assessment, Public Review, nonpoint source, 305(b), outreach, cleanup standards, nonpoint, non-point source, public hearing, BMPs, clean water, guidance, public meeting, pollutant, 303(d), quality assurance, water quality, assessment, standards, quality, best management practices, TMDL, Total Maximum Daily Load, public involvement, pollution, non point, non point source, Environmental Protection Agency, EPA, clean water act, bacteria, review, outcomes
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