Some of Virginia's waters that have impaired water quality require a cleanup plan under federal regulations. The Department of Environmental Quality first develops reports that describe the amount of pollution waters can contain and still have high water quality. This pollution amount is a total maximum daily load, called a TMDL on this web site. DEQ then develops a cleanup plan for the impaired waters to restore and maintain their water quality.
|Location||Watershed||Copy of Report||Description||Pollution concern||Copy of notice (PDF)||Public meeting date||Public comment opportunity||Contact|
|City of Virginia Beach||Rudee Inlet||Draft report||Final public meeting and 30-day public comment period on the Draft TMDL report.||Bacteria||Notice for public comment period||01/10/2018||January 11, 2018 to February 9, 2018||Rachel Hamm|
|Location||Watershed||Copy of cleanup plan (PDF)||Description||Pollution concern||Copy of notice (PDF)||Public meeting date||Public comment opportunity||Contact|
|Arlington, Fairfax, Loudoun, and Prince William counties and the cities of Alexandria, Manassas, Manassas Park, Falls Church, and Fairfax.||Salt Management Strategy for Northern Virginia||n/a||The first public meeting and 30-day public comment period to introduce the Salt Management Stragety development process and present a report on the impacts of salts on infrastructure, drinking water, and aquatic life.||Chloride (Salt)||Notice for public comment period||01/17/2018||January 17, 2018 to February 16, 2018||Dave Evans|
Additional information may be available at the Virginia Regulatory Town Hall web site.