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TMDL overview
Overview of TMDLs.
TMDL development
TMDLs in development.
TMDL approvals
List of TMDLs approved by USEPA.
TMDL implementation
TMDL implementation.
Wastewater, Storm Water, CAFOs
Point source issues in TMDLs.
Nonpoint source
Runoff and stormwater related to TMDLs.
TMDL map and projects
Map of TMDL Projects and New Dynamic Project Pages.
Contact information
For information contact:
Corinne Billings
608-267-7663 or
Kari Fleming
608-264-6261

TMDL fact sheets

Wisconsin's TMDL Program is working on a variety of flyers and handouts to support a common understanding of the state's TMDL process and requirements.

  • What is a TMDL? [PDF]
    A Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) is the maximum amount of a pollutant that a body of water can receive while still meeting water quality standards. A waterway that exceeds water quality standards is often no longer suitable for its designated uses, such as wildlife habitat, fishing, or other recreational activities.

  • TMDL Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) (2015) [PDF]
    This flyer answers the questions... ."Why do we need to create TMDLs?", "What is an "impaired water"?", and "How is a TMDL implemented?" among other details.


  • Last revised: Thursday December 03 2015