Ecology Publications & Forms
Draft Rule Implementation Plan for Outstanding Resource Waters, Chapter 173-201A WAC, Water Quality Standards for Surface Waters of the State of Washington
Draft Rule Implementation Plan for Outstanding Resource Waters, Chapter 173-201A WAC, Water Quality Standards for Surface Waters of the State of Washington (Number of pages: 23) (Publication Size: 515KB)
|The purpose of this rule implementation plan is to inform those who must comply with Chapter 173-201A WAC about how Ecology intends to:
•Implement and enforce the rule.
•Inform and educate persons affected by the rule.
•Promote and assist voluntary compliance for the rule.
•Evaluate the rule.
•Train and inform Ecology staff about the amended rule.
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|Rulemaking, rule update, WAC 173-201A, Green River, Cascade River, Napeequa River, Antidegradation, Outstanding Water Resource, Soap Lake
Proposed Outstanding Resource Water Designations for Soap Lake and portions of the Cascade, Green, and Napeequa Rivers: Draft Technical Support Document
Preliminary Regulatory Analyses for Chapter 173-201A WAC, Water Quality Standards for Surface Waters in the State of Washington
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