Here's an Argument for a More Collaborative and Flexible Approach to Regulating Water Quality

The nature and variety of today’s water-quality challenges make the Clean Water Act seem outmoded. NACWA argues it’s time for a fresh approach.

Nathan Gardner-Andrews
Nathan Gardner-Andrews

No one questions the importance and success of the Clean Water Act. It has without a doubt led to better technology, better processes, cleaner water and improved public health.


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