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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 Project Pages.

TMDL implementation

Once a Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) is developed and approved, federal and state regulations then require implementation of TMDLs to meet water quality standards where there are implementation mechanisms in place and supported by law. For point source dischargs, wasteload allocations delineated in the TMDL need to be expressed in Wisconsin Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (WPDES) permits. Nonpoint source implementation is an adaptive process, requring the collaboration of diverse stakeholders and the prioritization and targeting of available programmatic, regulatory, financial and technical resources.

Last revised: Wednesday December 04 2019