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    • Virginia Local and Regional Water Supply Planning

      Administrative Code Chapter 780, adopted 2005
      by: State of Virginia
      This statute establishes a comprehensive water supply planning process for the development of local, regional, and state water supply plans to protect the health, safety and welfare of citizens.
    • California Greywater Regulations

      24 California Plumbing Code Chapter 16, Adopted 2007
      by: State of California
      This regulation provides information on water conservation through alternate water sources for non-potable applications and greywater reuse practices.
    • Washington Greywater Regulations

      Washington Administrative Code Title 246, Chapter 246-274, Updated March 2022
      by: State of Washington
      Washington’s greywater regulations establish requirements that provide building owners with simple, cost-effective options for reusing greywater for subsurface irrigation.
    • Virginia State Water Control Law

      62.1 Code of Virginia Chapter 3.1, Adopted 2006
      by: State of Virginia
      This statute protects existing high quality state waters and seeks to restore all other state waters to such a condition of quality that they will permit all reasonable public uses and will support the propagation and growth of all aquatic life.
    • Ground Water Rule

      Rule 71, Federal Register 65574, Adopted 2006
      by: United States Environmental Protection Agency
      The Ground Water Rule (GWR) was issued to improve drinking water quality and provide protection from disease-causing microorganisms. It aims to reduce disease incidence associated with harmful microorganisms in drinking water.
    • Arizona Groundwater Management Code

      45 Arizona State Legislature Chapter 4, Adopted 1986
      by: State of Arizona
      This regulation controls the occurrence of severe overdraft, ensures effective allocation of groundwater resources, and aims to augment groundwater supply.
    • California Sustainable Groundwater Management Act of 2014

      California Code §§10720-10738, Adopted 2014
      by: State of California
      This act establishes a framework for sustainable, local groundwater management.
    • Colorado Water Conservation Act of 2004

      HB04-1365, Adopted 2004
      by: State of Colorado
      According to Colorado’s Water Conservation Act of 2004, specific entities are required to have a water efficiency plan developed as per requirements and approved by the Colorado Water Conservation Board.
    • Clean Water Act

      33 USC §1251, Adopted 1972
      by: United States Environmental Protection Agency
      The Clean Water Act (CWA) establishes the basic structure for regulating discharges of pollutants into the waters of the United States and regulating quality standards for surface waters.
    • Oregon Graywater Regulations

      Oregon Administrative Rules §340-053, Updated 2011
      by: State of Oregon
      Oregon’s graywater regulations  define three types of graywater based on level of treatment, and identify specific beneficial purposes for each type of graywater. It also establishes regulations regarding the protection of public health and environment.
    • Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA)

      33 US Code Chapter 52, Adopted 2014
      by: United States Environmental Protection Agency
      The WIFIA program, established by the Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act of 2014 (WIFIA), accelerates investment in water infrastructure by providing long-term, low-cost supplemental loans for regionally and nationally significant projects.
    • The Safe Drinking Water Act

      42 US Code §300f, Adopted 1974
      by: United States Environmental Protection Agency
      The Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) protects public drinking water supplies throughout the nation to ensure the safety of public health. It authorizes EPA to set standards regarding water quality protection, wastewater management, water supply, and nationwide wellhead protection programs.

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