Future of the Chesapeake Bay cleanup program: a report, Volume 4
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1983 Bay study Administrator Bay cleanup program Bay to health Bay's needs Bay's pollution believes that EPA better coordinate Blue Plains Treatment cern CHARLES McC Chesapeake Bay cleanup Chesapeake Bay Program conservation practices contaminants and overall criteria and modifications Develop a Bay-wide District of Columbia effective Bay cleanup enforcement actions ensure continued Executive Council Existing conservation efforts existing toxic contamination Fish and Wildlife funding for nitrogen goals and strategies Governmental Efficiency habitat harmful substances hearing expressed concern interim nutrient June 22 Lee Thomas Maryland million Monica Healy National Pollution Discharge nitrogen control nitrogen removal nonpoint source pollution nutrient reduction nutrients and toxics Patuxent River phosphorous Plan point and nonpoint point source restore the Bay sediment criteria selected tributaries Senator Mathias Soil Conservation Service Specific Bay-Wide Goals subcommittee believes subcommittee feels subcommittee further recommends Subcommittee on Governmental SUBCOMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS System NPDES tion U.S. Senate wastes be examined water quality standards Wildlife Service