US EPA’s new Final Rule to re-define “Waters of the United States” will have major implications for Clean Water Act compliance. The rule specifies which bodies of water and wetlands are subject to Clean Water Act requirements like SPCC planning, oil spill notifications, NPDES permitting, stormwater discharge regulations, and many more.
Join us for this live webinar to discover how the revised regulations will impact your responsibilities under the Clean Water Act.
EPA’s New Waters of the US Rule Training Covers:
- Surface waters and wetlands subject to the Clean Water Act
- Exclusions from the definition of Waters of the US
- How EPA defines “adjacent wetlands”
- How the new rule compares to previous EPA policy
- Impact on your state’s water regulations
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Who Should Attend this New Waters of the US Rule Webinar?
Attend this live webinar if your organization:
- potentially discharges wastewater or stormwater to any surface water or wetland; or
- plans to dredge or fill any surface water or wetland.
You should also attend if you want an up-to-date understanding of which bodies of water are covered under Clean Water Act or better understand EPA’s jurisdiction to enforce water regulations.