The folks at the EPA are serious about enacting new legislation and enforcement relating to water pollution. They are asking for input from water professionals around the country. This is a chance for those who want things done right to have an impact on future regulation. Clean water is an important issue, but it can be achieved without adding to the level of bureaucracy already in place. See the link in the article below to join the discussion.
EPA Launches Web Forum on How to Best Protect America’s Waters
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is seeking public input on how the agency can better protect and improve the health of our waters. For a two- week period, EPA is holding a Web discussion forum on how the nation can better manage some of the most significant water pollution problems facing our nation. The feedback received on the online forum will help shape the discussion at EPA’s upcoming conference in April, Coming Together for Clean Water, where we will engage approximately 100 executive and local level water leads on the agency’s clean water agenda.
“We look forward to reviewing the ideas and feedback from the public,” said Peter S. Silva, assistant administrator EPA’s Office of Water. “This online discussion is for anyone who wants to share their best solutions for restoring healthy waters and creating sustainable communities across the country.”
EPA wants to receive input from water professionals, advocates, and anyone interested in water quality issues about best solutions—from planning, scientific tools, low impact development, to green infrastructure and beyond—in controlling water pollution and how resources can be better focused to improve these efforts.
To join the discussion:http://blog.epa.gov/waterforum/