Current TMDLs (Draft)

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This page is a test page for upcoming technology and proposed changes to our website. If you have found this page in error please note that this map is not accurate, and the links to not take you to actual information mentioned.
The federal Clean Water Act grants us authority to create total maximum daily loads. TMDLs need to consider both point source and nonpoint source pollution.
Creating a TMDL in five steps:
  • Select the pollutant to consider.
  • Estimate the water body assimilative capacity.
  • Identify the contribution of that pollutant from all significant sources.
  • Analyze information to determine the total allowable pollutant load.
  • Allocate (with a margin of safety) the allowable pollution among the sources so water quality standards can be achieved.
Implementation of the Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) is the final step and requires participation from all the stakeholders.
 
Current TMDLs
Click on the shaded area to review the current TMDL documents associated with that river basin.

Gunnison and Lower Dolores TMDLsArkansas River Basin TMDLs

 
Arkansas River Basin  |  Gunnison and Lower Dolores River Basins  |  Rio Grande River Basin  |  San Juan and Dolores River Basins
South Platte River Basin
 
 
 

 

 
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