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OLS Field Name OLS Field Data
Main Title Office of Wastewater Management 2011 Annual Report.
CORP Author Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Wastewater Management.
Year Published 2012
Report Number EPA 832B12001
Stock Number PB2012-112259
Additional Subjects Waste water management ; US EPA ; Annual reports ; Aquatic ecosystems ; Clean water ; Drinking water ; Nonpoint sources ; Regulations ; State programs ; Storm water runoff ; Surface water ; Waste water treatment ; Water quality ; Water resources ; Office of Wastewater Management (OWM)
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NTIS  PB2012-112259 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 02/21/2013
Collation 16p
Abstract
Clean Water is the goal of all Office of Wastewater Management programs. Overall, our programs are designed to ensure that not only is our water safe to drink, but that our surface waters and aquatic ecosystems protect public health, support economic and recreational activities, and provide a healthy habitat for fish, plants, and wildlife. OWM supports EPA's goals for clean and safe water and healthy communities and ecosystems. While OWM helps regulate and promote effective and responsible wastewater treatment, our programs consist of more than just wastewater management: (1) Since its inception, more than 20 years ago, the Clean Water State Revolving Fund programs have provided more than 30,000 low-interest loans for wastewater treatment, control of nonpoint source pollution, and estuary protection. (2) Through WaterSense, we are helping to raise national awareness of water as a scarce resource; encourage water efficiency among utilities, manufacturers, retailers, and consumers; and make it easy for consumers to find products and services that save water while ensuring product performance. (3) Under our Sustainable Infrastructure Program, OWM is promoting widespread adoption of better management practices, water efficiency, full-cost pricing, and watershed approaches to reduce costs and increase system investments. (4) Through our Sustainable Communities Program, OWM is targeting technical and financial assistance with our partners to support infrastructure development and the resulting reduced health risks and increased economic opportunity to small and underserved communities that face a disproportionate lack of access to sufficient wastewater treatment. (5) Our Stormwater Program oversees the control of stormwater runoff through the issuance of NPDES stormwater permits and provides outreach and support to EPA Regions and states on issuance and oversight of those permits.