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  1. Water quality is a concern, not only water quantity.
  2. Water quality is a measure of catchment health.
  3. Water quality is a health and safety issue that is large in magnitude.
  4. Water quality is defined here as the physical, chemical, and biological integrity of a water body. (Web site)
  5. Water quality is a moving target, depending on the water's intended or designated uses.

Water Quality

  1. The water quality of streams may be impaired or unimpaired when WQ values are between 10 and 12. (Web site)
  2. Water quality monitoring is the job of the EPA Office of Wetlands, Oceans and Watersheds. (Web site)
  3. The WQA is the international trade association representing the household, commercial and industrial water quality improvement industry.

Drinking Water

  1. Information on common drinking water quality concerns.
  2. Improving drinking water quality.
  3. International nonprofit scientific and educational society dedicated to the improvement of drinking water quality and supply.

Quality Standards

  1. Water quality standards also contain an antidegradation statement.
  2. Provides sampling procedures and water quality standards for rural water supply.
  3. States have established water quality standards and criteria to designate and protect beneficial uses. (Web site)


  1. A water quality limited water is a water body which, due to pollution impairment, fails to meet water quality standards. (Web site)
  2. However, attaining water quality standards is not feasible for stormwater and other nonpoint source discharges. (Web site)
  3. A list of publications on nonpoint source pollution distributed by the NCSU Water Quality Group is also available with each issue of the newsletter. (Web site)

Quality Monitoring

  1. Twenty Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring workshops were offered around the state.
  2. Water quality monitoring is often required within NPS units in response to management concerns. (Web site)
  3. The Council has an extensive water quality monitoring network, as well as programmes to monitor the effects of activities of resource consent holders.


  1. This reduces water quality and quantity for human uses.
  2. Resource uses often affect environmental values by reducing water quality.
  3. Of the states we visited, only Colorado uses STORET to store water quality data. (Web site)
  4. The rating is based on the attainment of water quality objectives during these critical months.
  5. Water quality parameters have been monitored on an annual basis by the CLWA in cooperation with Water Quality Investigators.


  1. This is a key message of the Water Quality Guidelines .
  2. Presents guidelines for the ambient water quality in Australia. (Web site)
  3. Water quality criteria are concentration or quantity loading limits. (Web site)
  4. Water quality testing often involves the use of a test that measures the turbidity of the water.

Affect Water

  1. Water quality issues affect water supply planning.
  2. Water Quality Association (WQA) - Ensuring water quality at point of use.
  3. The land draining into an estuary is its watershed, and the activities that occur within it can affect water quality. (Web site)
  4. Agricultural runoff, which may contain fertilizers, pesticides, and bacteria, has impaired water quality in the Minnesota River drainage area.

Quality Trading

  1. Salmon River Watershed: linking land use and water quality. (Web site)
  2. Descriptors: water quality management, Great-Lakes, Health-risk assessment. (Web site)
  3. Water quality trading can also be referred to as effluent trading, the trading of pollution credits or of pollution rights.
  4. Other wells, such as well F6, will have deterioration in natural water quality if pumped at too high a rate.
  5. The purpose of this project is to implement a water quality trading program as an innovative approach to address these water quality challenges.


  1. Regional plan rules governing land use activities that impact on water quality in rivers, lakes and wetlands.
  2. Statistical studies of Great Lakes biological and water quality indicators, especially mercury, PCBs and nutrient loading.

Collect Water

  1. Local governments may also work with federal agencies to collect water quality data. (Web site)
  2. To respond to the Chairman's request, GAO surveyed key federal agencies that collect water quality and water quantity data. (Web site)


  1. Demonstration of a market-based approach for protecting and improving water quality.
  2. Fertilizer recommendations and techniques for landscapes and protecting water quality.
  3. Prevention of fertilizer contamination is the best way to protect water quality.
  4. Surface Water Quality: Management of spills and stormwater are essential components of protecting surface water.

Quality Problems

  1. Australia's water quality is also deteriorating.
  2. Evaluation of water quality impacts. 390g-4. (Web site)
  3. Focuses on water quality protection and water conservation. (Web site)
  4. Water quality problems typically involve water pollution issues.
  5. Dissolved oxygen is critical to maintaining water quality and aquatic life. (Web site)

Quality Control

  1. The proposal would improve water quality.
  2. HQ waters are subject to the same anti-degradation water quality restrictions as EV waters.
  3. Sewage disposal will be subject to the requirements of the Regional Water Quality Control Board. (Web site)
  4. A. A water quality assurance revolving fund is established in the state treasury to be administered by the director.
  5. Water quality initiatives are now joining with soil conservation in the non-regulatory approach the SCS offers.

Monitoring Program

  1. The design of water quality monitoring programs is a complex and specialized field.
  2. Specifically, it displays the results of water quality assessments made on the basis of available water monitoring data.
  3. BMP Evaluation: Existing water quality monitoring efforts conducted by these agencies are central to effectiveness monitoring.
  4. Specializes in general water quality, biological, and chemical analysis for monitoring programs, water supplies, and homeowners.

Quality Issues

  1. Watershed management. Drinking water quality.
  2. REASONS for NAWQA Protection and enhancement of water quality is a high priority for the Nation. (Web site)
  3. Turbidity and nutrient load, like salinity, are critical water quality issues in the Murray-Darling Basin.
  4. Non-water quality environmental impact--An environmental impact of a control or treatment technology, other than to surface waters. (Web site)
  5. Many water quality issues and ecosystem problems are rooted in watershed conditions not just in the individual waterbody.


  1. The evaluation option helps the user determine the appropriate BMPs for a particular water quality impairment. (Web site)
  2. TMDLs are documents that describe a specific water quality attainment strategy for a water body and related impairment identified on the 303(d) list.


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