Water quality-based approach to pollution control.
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The goal of the Clean Water Act is to restore and maintain the chemical, physical, and biological integrity of the bays and estuaries. There are two main approaches to reaching this goal and they are: the technology-based approach and the water quality based approach. This video discusses the water quality based approach and eight steps in reaching the goal of the Clean Water Act.
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