Still Striving for Clean Water Forty Years Later: Examining the Clean Water Act's Historic Developments and Current Problems Open Access
The fortieth anniversary of the Clean Water Act is an opportunity to look back at the major advances in water pollution control that have been achieved because of the passage of the Clean Water Act. This work will examine the political and scientific developments that led to the Act's construction and passage. This work will also address the continuing problems with controlling water pollution, particularly involving nonpoint source pollution, and new steps that are being taken with the Clean Water Act to control it.
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