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Municipal clean water utilities will continue to play a role in the control of nutrient pollution, however all nutrient sources should be more equitably controlled. NACWA believes that broader changes are needed to reduce the significant non-point source contributions.

For more information on NACWA’s legal activities and litigation related to Nutrients, please visit the Legal Resources key page.




11/22 Clean Water Current   NACWA Opposes EPA Nutrient Removal Survey    
10/25 Clean Water Current   EPA to Host Webinars on Planned Nutrient Survey  
09/16 NACWA Letter   EPA Nutrient Response Letter  
08/22 Clean Water Current   Secondary Treatment, Nutrient Removal the Focus of EPA Survey  
06/27 Clean Water Current   Agricultural Conservation Practices Reduce Nitrogen Loads  
06/20 Clean Water Current   Chesapeake Bay POTWs Hit Nutrient Reduction Targets 10 Years Early  
05/16 Clean Water Current   Association Shares Perspective on Ag Nutrient Issues  





12/18 Clean Water Current   NACWA Comments on EPA Nutrient Study  
11/06 Clean Water Current   City of Cedar Rapids Highlights Collaboration to Address Nutrients  
09/04 Clean Water Current   State/Regional Organizations Discuss Nutrient Issues with EPA  
04/10 Clean Water Current   Court Provides Key Legal Win in Mississippi River Nutrients Litigation key
01/30 NACWA White Paper pdf button Collaborating for Healthy Watersheds: How the Municipal & Agricultural Sectors are Partnering to Improve Water Quality  
01/16 Clean Water Current   NACWA Members Receive Regional Conservation Partnership Program Funding key

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