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The Clean Water Act of 1977
What does it state?
The regulations regarding the discharging of pollutants into U.S. waters as well as the quality standards of surface waters.
Who does it affect?
The Clean Water Act of 1977 has resulted in primarily federal responsibility regarding ensuring water quality (rather than state and local government.) Therefore, the government is responsible for mandating industry rules.
Why was it Important?
This act's importance is exemplified by its success in spreading awareness of water pollution by increasing the accountability of the government regarding the regulation of water quality among common people and industry.
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