CBF lawsuit against EPA settled
The Chesapeake Bay Foundation announced Tuesday that they have reached an agreement with the Environmental Protection Agency to end their lawsuit after the agency agreed to a settlement that requires mandatory pollution reductions across the watershed.
The settlement requires the EPA to take specific actions by certain dates to ensure that pollution to the Bay, local rivers and streams is reduced enough to remove them from the dirty waters list.
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| May 11, 2010; 11:18 AM ET
Categories: Maryland | Tags: Chesapeake Bay, Environmental Protection Agency, Lawsuit, United States Environmental Protection Agency
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