US EPA releases draft National Water Reuse Action Plan for public comment
16 Sep 19 by desalination
The draft National Water Reuse Action Plan highlights key actions that support consideration and implementation of water reuse across the water sector.
Development of the draft Action Plan has involved significant collaboration among federal, state, tribal, and water sector stakeholders. The draft Action Plan is intended to seek commitments across these stakeholder groups and levels of government, and drive action across the nation. The plan consists of 46 proposed actions that support consideration and implementation of water reuse applications across 10 strategic objectives.
The draft National Water Reuse Action Plan and its nine supporting appendices are now accessible to the public for review and consideration. Comments on the draft plan may be submitted and viewed through the public docket at regulations.gov (docket number: EPA-HQ-OW-2019-0174) on or before December 16, 2019.
The full documents can be downloaded from this page: https://www.epa.gov/waterreuse/draft-national-water-reuse-action-plan
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