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RECORD NUMBER: 519 OF 5980
|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Baltimore Region Water Quality Management Plan, Summary, November, 1979. Clean Enough for Fishing and Swimming.|
|CORP Author||Regional Planning Council, Baltimore, MD.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.|
|Additional Subjects||Water quality management ; Water pollution ; Urban areas ; Recommendations ; Local government ; Fishing ; Swimming ; Objectives ; Pesticides ; Sediments ; Earth fills ; Sludge ; Industrial wastes ; Maryland ; Maps ; Baltimore Metropolitan Region(Maryland) ; Nonpoint sources|
This booklet summarizes the Water Quality Management Plan for the Baltimore Metropolitan Region. The Plan, published in 1978, details the water pollution problems in the region, and recommends actions to correct them, including cooperative agreements and legal arrangements among local governments. Water quality management plans were developed throughout the United States after the passage of the 1977 Clean Water Act, whose goals were to make water clean enough for fishing and swimming by 1983, and to eliminate pollution from industrial and municipal wastes by 1985.