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RECORD NUMBER: 148 OF 296
|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Guidelines for Areawide Waste Treatment Management Planning. (Section 208 Federal Water Pollution Control Act, Amendments of 1972).|
|CORP Author||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C.|
|Stock Number||PB-259 502|
|Additional Subjects||Water pollution abatement ; Sewage treatment ; Management methods ; Management planning ; Project planning ; Methodology ; Land use ; Sources ; Regional planning ; Financing ; Cost analysis ; Public relations ; Citizen participation ; Environmental surveys ; Environmental impacts ; Social effect ; Economic impact ; Selection ; Reporting ; Alternatives ; Federal Water Pollution Control Act Amendments of 1972|
The Section 208 areawide planning and management program for solving water pollution problems is perhaps the most comprehensive program that the Congress has established to bring about environmental quality. This program ties together the various federal water pollution abatement requirements (including municipal, industrial, residual waste, runoff, and ground water pollution abatement) and places the responsibility for planning and implementing these provisions with regional and local agencies. While it is not possible for EPA to provide answers to all the water quality problems that 208 programs should resolve, these guidelines describe the overall factors which should be taken into account and provide a framework for designated 208 planning agencies to use in developing their plans and implementation programs.