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RECORD NUMBER: 239 OF 297
|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||State of Illinois Water Quality Management Program. Summary.|
|CORP Author||Argonne National Lab., Ill. Center for Environmental Studies.;Illinois Inst. for Environmental Quality, Chicago.|
|Stock Number||PB-274 672|
|Additional Subjects||River basin development ; Water quality management ; Regional planning ; Illinois ; Sewage treatment ; Mathematical models ; Computerized simulation ; Cost effectiveness ; Project planning ; Social effect ; Economic impact ; Land use ; Hydrology ; Water quality ; Conversion ; Wastes ; Maps ; Federal Water Pollution Control Act of 1970|
The Federal Water Pollution Control Act of 1970 required the States to develop comprehensive water-quality management plans. In 1971 the State of Illinois, through the Illinois Institute for Environmental Quality, initiated a major program to address these new planning requirements. As part of this effort, the Argonne National Laboratory Center for Environmental Studies was requested to develop and test a methodology for preparing cost-effective regional and river-basin water-quality management plans. Five planner-oriented computer models were developed. Each of these represented a particular aspect of the overall problem of water-quality management.