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Report: Weathering the Storm
A critical look at how EPA and states address storm water pollution in the Great Lakes. The report analyzes permitting and enforcement in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, and Wisconsin, and describes opportunities for states to strengthen their programs by improving compliance data tracking, and through greater reliance on local governments and the public.
Sep 30, 2004
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Click here to view the press release for this report.
Weathering the Storm" IN THE NEWS:
- Click here to read the recent Greenwire article mentioning this report entitled "Great Lakes: States, EPA fail to properly enforce storm water regulations -- report"
- Click here to read the Morning Journal's coverage of "Weathering the Storm" entitled "Report: work site runoff a big threat to the Great Lakes"
- Click here to read the Duluth News Tribune's article on storm water runoff entitled "Groups Criticize Efforts to Curb Runoff Into Great Lakes"
- Click here to read the Associated Press article on storm water entitled "Report: Great Lakes watersheds threatened by storm water runoff"