EPA holds workshop to discuss industrial discharge program

EPA is holding a workshop to discuss its water pollution control program for industrial discharges.

March 30, 2001—EPA is holding a workshop to discuss its water pollution control program for industrial discharges.

The workshop, entitled "2002 Effluent Guidelines Plan Workshop," will run April 2 and 3 in Baltimore, Md.

This meeting is a working session of invited participants, including federal, state and local regulatory authorities, industry representatives, technology experts, and environmental advocates. Workshop participants will evaluate approaches for identifying which industry categories will be subject to new or revised effluent guidelines.

While this meeting is open to the public primarily for viewing and listening, the public may make oral comments on April 3 from 3:45 to 4:45.

Readers who have any questions regarding this meeting should send an e-mail to matuszko.jan@epa.gov or liu.yu-ting@epa.gov.

The Federal Register notice announcing the meeting can be found at www.epa.gov/fedrgstr/EPA-MEETINGS/2001/March/Day-21/m7026.htm on the Internet.

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