Before suddenly overriding our state’s proposed new regulations, the EPA should take into consideration the immense time and financial investments that have already taken place to reduce nutrient pollutants, especially for wastewater treatment plants.
Municipal wastewater localities and agencies have proven they are serious about a clean-up effort. From 2005 to 2007,
Lets look at the city of
The money already invested needs to be known. For example, ratepayers in the city of
To make significant advancements on the watershed, members of the Virginia Association of Municipal Wastewater Agencies (VAMWA) believe a cost-efficient, well-designed plan should be implemented. Looking at the facts, we believe
Robert C. Steidel, Interim Director