Comments on Regional Board proposed dairy monitoring plan

CSPA joined Clean Water Action, Food & Water Watch and Community Water Center in submitting comments on the Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board’s proposed monitoring plan for dairies.  Pollutants discharged by milk cow dairies have impaired groundwater throughout the Central Valley.  In some areas of the Central Valley, more than 20% of small public water systems are unable to supply safe drinking water.  The proposed monitoring plan fails to provide the critical information necessary to determine compliance with waste discharge permits issued to dairies by the Regional Board.

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