Despite the achievements of the Clean Water Act, controlling pollution carried by stormwater runoff remains a vexing problem. Litigation concerning the continuing impairment of the water quality of the Accotink Creek, a 20-mile tributary of the Potomac River in Virginia, illustrates the challenges that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency faces in regulating stormwater-related pollution.
Federal Court Limits EPA Regulation of Stormwater
New Jersey Law Journal
February 28, 2013
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