EPA Releases New Online Training Module on Water Quality Standards

July 07, 2011

Module includes information on creating effect public participation in water quality decisions

A new online training module intended to encourage and facilitate public involvement in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Water Quality Standards program is now available on EPA's website. "How to Develop and Implement Public Involvement Programs and Practices" outlines the requirements of public involvement and highlights good practices for creating an effective public participation process in decisions that affect water quality. Links to EPA policy, resources and tools are provided throughout the module and are compiled at the end of the presentation for further development of a tailored public involvement process. To see the new module go to: http://www.epa.gov/waterscience/standards/academy/special/public/player.html.

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U.S. EPA

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