There are three topics and they’re all pretty familiar, if you’ve been keeping up with Green Briefs. Stormwater management is one—EPA wants to know about any practices or strategies that are effective in mitigating the problems with stormwater run-off (more enforcement?). Another topic is the organization’s watershed approach to water pollution control—which watershed management strategies work and which don’t? The final topic is nutrient pollution (nitrogen, phosphorus)—EPA is requesting suggestions on how to manage nitrogen and phosphorus pollution.
The topics are actually much more in-depth than my short summaries, and as of Wed., March 24, the watershed question has the most responses, which is only 55, so there’s plenty of room to make your voice heard on any of these issues.
To read the questions and offer your feedback, visit blog.epa.gov/waterforum. But do it quickly—the discussion ends Wednesday, March 31.