On Dec. 12, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker signed Senate Bill 190, providing the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources with more flexible and cost-effective options for protecting water quality on a watershed scale. The new law paves the way to expand adaptive management and water quality trading, as it allows for pollutant-specific Wisconsin Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permits rather than facility-specific permits. This is intended to allow point and nonpoint sources to better collaborate to achieve phosphorus and other water quality standards. Learn more about the concept of adaptive management.
August 5, 2015
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