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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.
Contact information
For information contact:
Kari Fleming
Point Source TMDL Implementation Coordinator

Andrew Craig
Nonpoint Source TMDL Implementation Coordinator

TMDL implementation planning

A Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) implementation plan is a document guided by the TMDL analysis that provides details of the actions needed to achieve pollutant load reductions, outlines a schedule of those actions, and specifies monitoring needed to document actions and progress toward meeting water quality standards.

An implementation plan provides a framework for stakeholders to use to reach the goals established in the TMDL. Wisconsin’s TMDL implementation planning process is still in development, but at a minimum, the DNR expects TMDL implementation plans to meet U.S. EPA Section 319 Program’s “nine key elements” for watershed-based plans.

Last revised: Thursday December 05 2019