WOUS

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WOUSWaters of the United States
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Conversely, it also details what do not constitute "waters of the United States" such as features that only contain water during or in response to rainfall (e.g., ephemeral features), groundwater, many ditches, including most roadside or farm ditches, prior converted cropland, stormwater control features, and waste treatment systems.
It also details what are not "waters of the United States," such as features that only contain water during or in response to rainfall (e.g., ephemeral features); groundwater; many ditches, including most roadside or farm ditches; prior converted cropland; stormwater control features; and waste treatment systems.
'the waters of the United States' in a geographical
Part III returns to our case study and applies the newly developed framework to the waters of the United States Final Rule and argues that the Final Rule fails by applying the procedural framework established in Part II.
In April 2014, the EPA and USACE attempted to clarify and redefine "waters of the United States" to include isolated water bodies and other water bodies with a hydrological connection to traditional navigable waters.
House of Representatives subcommittee in opposition to the Clean Power Plan, the ozone standards and the changes to the Waters of the United States definition.
The agency rulemaking which is likely to have the biggest impact on underground construction is the effort to redefine "waters of the United States" in the context of the Clean Water Act.
The EPA is working on a new draft rule that would extend the definition of "Waters of the United States" to include any body of water that has a "significant nexus" to a navigable water.
5078, the Waters of the United States Regulatory Overreach Protection Act of 2014.
House likely to consider 'waters of the U.S.' legislation: Legislation that would bar the Environmental Protection Agency from issuing a "waters of the United States" rule to clarify the scope of the Clean Water Act is likely to be brought to the House floor this month.