EPA reaches settlement with NAHB and other groups on construction site stormwater rule

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The Environmental Protection Agency says it will drop the numeric limit it set for stormwater runoff at construction sites. The move helps settle a lawsuit filed by NAHB, Utility Water Act Group, and Wisconsin Builders Association.

February 25, 2013

The Environmental Protection Agency says it will drop the numeric limit it set for stormwater runoff at construction sites. That move helps settle a lawsuit filed by the National Association of Home Builders, Utility Water Act Group, and Wisconsin Builders Association. “The proposed numeric limits were a 'one-size-fits-nowhere' approach that would have cost a fortune to implement and would not have improved water quality,” said Jerry Deschane, WBA executive vice president.

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