EPA Offers Interim ‘WOTUS’ In Bid To Avoid ‘Whiplash’ From Future Fixes

November 18, 2021
EPA and the Army Corps of Engineers are proposing an interim definition of waters of the United States (WOTUS) that aims to provide “stable implementation” of the Clean Water Act (CWA) while the Biden administration seeks to develop a durable definition that will avoid policy pendulum swings with changes in administrations. “In recent years, the only constant with WOTUS has been change, creating a whiplash in how to best protect our waters in communities across America,” EPA Administrator Michael Regan...

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