EPA's Stormwater Rule requires point source
A revised point source
model has been proposed in this section to overcome this problem.
232]Th) point sources
shielded by different materials in order to simulate a bulk spectrum and keep isotopic ratios similar to some of the measured NORM samples that are commercially available (i.
from the point source
and addition to navigable waters.
With its new strategy, the EPA will take a closer look at how much point sources
contribute to exposure.
For a point source
with a center in direction [[omega].
Because the mussel facility is a point source
under the statutory
Bion was able to generate these credits at Kreider Farms because of their unique ability to verify nutrient reductions, which traditionally has been a key impediment to the advancement of these types of non-point to point source
Part II discusses the historical use of section 401 and why it has been applied solely to point source
The strategy embraces a suite of best management practices for nonpoint and point sources
-- agriculture, wastewater treatment plants, urban stormwater and septic systems -- to meet Pennsylvania's nutrient and sediment reduction goals.
Health and environment information systems based on GIS may be useful in the risk assessment process (for exposure assessment, for disease mapping, for assessing health risks associated with point sources
of pollution, and for estimating the numbers of people at risk).
To protect water quality, Federal regulations require any person who discharges or proposes to discharge from a point source
, including a CAFO, to apply for an NPDES permit.