Where the Water Hits the Road: Recent Developments in Clean Water Act LitigationEnvironmental Law Reporter (2003)
AbstractThis article discusses reports recent developments involving particularly interesting juridical and administrative pronouncements in the areas of Clean Water Act jurisdiction, including key definitional terms "navigable waters," "addition," "pollutant," and "point source." It discusses how developments concerning permits, standards, TMDLs, citizen suits, and enforcement policies are shaping water pollution regulation in the United States.
- environmental law,
- water pollution
Citation InformationJames R. May. "Where the Water Hits the Road: Recent Developments in Clean Water Act Litigation" Environmental Law Reporter Vol. 33 (2003)
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