Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Calabash Branch - Station CW-134

Authors
South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
South Carolina Bureau of Water
Harden, Wayne
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Water--Pollution--Total maximum daily load--South Carolina , Bacterial pollution of water--South Carolina , Water--Monitoring--South Carolina , Water--South Carolina--Analysis , Water quality--South Carolina
Abstract
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 Fecal Coliform Bacteria for the Calabash Branch: Station CW-134.
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2003-09-19
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