Total maximum daily load document Sandy Run and Dean Swamp Stations E-115 and E-030 hydrologic unit codes 030502050201 and 030502050202 Escherichia coli bacteria pathogen indicator
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South Carolina Bureau of Water
SubjectEscherichia coli--South Carolina; Bacterial pollution of water--South Carolina; Water--Pollution--Total maximum daily load--South Carolina; Water quality--South Carolina; Water--Monitoring--South Carolina; Water--South Carolina--Analysis
The federal Clean Water Act (CWA) directs each state to review the quality of its waters every two years to determine if water quality standards are being met. A Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) is a written plan and analysis to determine the maximum pollutant load a waterbody can receive and still meet applicable water quality standards. This TMDL document details the development of E. coli bacteria TMDLs for two water quality monitoring stations - Dean Swamp in Berkeley County and Sandy Run in Orangeburg County.
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