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National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System – Pesticides EPA Overview

EPA Pesticide General Permit for Discharges from the Application of Pesticides

On April 1, 2011 , EPA posted a pre-publication version of its draft final pesticide general permit for discharges of pesitcie appliacations to US waters.    The EPa was required to develop this general permit as a result of a 2009 6th Circuit Court ruling which found that discharges from pesticides into US waters were pollutants and, therefore will require a permit under the Clean Water Act. 

This includes operators who apply pesticides that result in discharges from weed and algae control.

 Learn more about the Pesticide General Permit.

 
 


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Lake Erie Phosphorus Pollution is Ideal for Invasive White Perch - The phosphorus-fueled harmful algal blooms around western Lake Erie are finally going away as water temperatures have fallen below the 60-degree mark in recent days. The phosphorus pollution causing the blooms, however, has also provoked changes in the fish populations of Lake Erie.


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