Water: Liquid Assets
Liquid Assets 2000: Citation
This report should be cited as:
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 2000. Liquid Assets 2000: America's Water Resources at a Turning Point.
EPA-840-B-00-001. Office of Water (4101), United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC
To obtain a copy of this document free of charge, contact:
National Service Center for Environmental Publications (NSCEP)
Phone: (513) 489-8190 or (800) 490-9198
Fax: (513) 489-8695
|More information about upcoming actions to address polluted waters can be found on the TMDL Web site at http://www.epa.gov/owow/tmdl/. In addition, the maps in the Atlas of America's Polluted Waters (EPA, 2000), graphically depict waters that do not meet state water quality standards and show the extent of water pollution nationwide.|
My Precious Water, I Kiss You
Parkpoom Poompana, age 15
- 1996 River of Words Grand Prize Winner
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Where to go for more information
Using the Watershed Information Network at http://www.epa.gov/win/ (BROKEN), you can check out local water conditions, find out about watershed training opportunities, identify voluntary monitoring and watershed programs to get involved in, connect to federal and state agencies, or follow the progress of the Clean Water Action Plan or other initiatives.