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This document is a short list of Pet Waste information which was included in the James River – City of Richmond bacteria TMDL Implementation Plan. It highlights the total number of BMPs and price for pet waste projects which were identified as well as existing pet waste programs, and parks which may be prime locations…
Full TMDL document approved by EPA in late 2010.
Full draft Implementation document
This map depicts the stations which DEQ will be monitoring between 7/2011 – 6/2013 and 7/201 – 6/2019 on a bimonthly basis to determine watershed progress. Table 7.1 in the IP document on page 7-5 details the location of each station.
This is a map of the Implementation Planning (IP) watershed. It lists each of the impairments (waterbodies which exceed the primary contact/recreation use for bacteria) and the land areas which drain them.
Here you can review the Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) document for the James River and Tributaries @ Richmond. The TMDL set the pollution budget for bacteria, indicated what the bacteria sources are in the watershed, and how much bacteria should be reduced to meet the recreation use (swimming) water quality standard. The Implementation Plan…
Here you can review the draft IP document
Here you will find all documents related to the public meetings, working group, and steering committee meetings.Information includes presentations, agendas, and meeting minutes.