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Over the last 40 years, communities have been responding to a growing list of Clean Water Act regulatory mandates to improve the nation's water quality. Oftentimes taking on compounded wastewater and stormwater responsibilities, many communities are struggling to allocate dwindling resources to these many clean water efforts. EPA has recognized the regulated community’s need for flexibility, and developed its Integrated Municipal Stormwater and Wastewater Planning Approach Framework (Framework) in 2012. NACWA and its members have been working with EPA and state water regulators to ensure the Framework can be utilized by communities when appropriate.
2016 Integrated Planning Developments
Integrated Planning Resources
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The information provided on this page is designed to provide guidance and examples of integrated planning approaches for NACWA members. NACWA does not endorse any of the specific documents or plans listed, nor can NACWA guarantee that utilities using any of these documents as models or resources will ultimately have similar plans approved. These documents are not intended to be an exhaustive list of integrated planning approaches or options, but instead are meant to provide NACWA members with information of which NACWA is currently aware.