US EPA Finalizes New “Waters of the US” Rule
In short, the new rule is designed to help industry professionals and EHS managers more accurately predict which bodies of water are covered under Clean Water Act programs as “waters of the US.” For full coverage of what’s new in the EPA water rule, read more here: EPA Redefines “Waters of the United States.
Effect on Clean Water Act Compliance
This major new rule will affect compliance with major Clean Water Act programs for industry, most notably:
- Oil Discharge Notifications (40 CFR 110);
- Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure Plans (40 CFR 112);
- NPDES Permitting and Stormwater Discharge Permits (40 CFR 122);
- The “per-industry standards” (40 CFR 405-471); and
- Dredge and Fill Permitting (33 CFR 323).
This new rule is effective on August 28, 2015.
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