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Adopted Verified Lists Of Impaired Waters for the Group 4 Basins

 

The Department announces the adoption, via Secretarial Order dated May 3, 2006, of the Verified List of Impaired Waters for the Group 4 Basins.

The lists below are the first step in the process of restoring impaired waters for these basins. Now that these waters have been adopted by Secretarial Order, the Department staff will begin developing TMDLs for these waters. A TMDL represents the maximum amount of pollutant loading that can be discharged to a water body and have its designated uses be met. The final step in this process will be the development, by watershed stakeholders and DEP, of a Basin Management Action Plan (BMAP). The BMAP will specify the activities, schedule, and funding sources that point and nonpoint source dischargers will undertake to restore the water body.

Adopted Verified Lists for Group 4 Basins (MSExcel Format)

Date Basin
5/12/06 Fisheating Creek
5/12/06 Kissimmee
5/12/06 Nassau - St. Marys
5/12/06 Pensacola Bay
5/12/06 Southeast Coast - Biscayne Bay
5/12/06 Withlacoochee

Adopted Lists of Waters to be Proposed for Delisting from the 1998 303(d) List  (MSExcel Format)

Date Basin
5/12/06 Fisheating Creek
5/12/06 Kissimmee
5/12/06 Nassau - St. Marys
5/12/06 Pensacola Bay
5/12/06 Southeast Coast - Biscayne Bay
5/12/06 Withlacoochee

For more information regarding the Department's rotating Basin plan, please visit our "Basin 411" pages.


For more information, send e-mail to Kevin O'Donnell (Kevin.ODonnell@dep.state.fl.us)

Watershed Assessment
2600 Blair Stone Road - Mail Station 3560
 Tallahassee, FL, 32399-2400
Phone: (850) 245-8433

Last updated: September 21, 2011

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