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Combined Sewer Overflow Rule

15 September 2016
As of the effective date of this Rule, this Rule supersedes the state of Vermont’s “Combined Sewer Overflow Control Policy,” dated June 1990.

WSMD Annual Report 2016

15 December 2016
This report presents the fundamentals of who we are, what we do, and how we set priorities. It also highlights our work in 2016 and describes our strategic priorities moving forward. The report is organized into four sections. The first Watershed Management Division Overview, introduces the Division by outlining our mission, vision, and goals. It also describes why we conduct our work on a watershed scale and how we are organized to best accomplish this work. The second section highlights the Guiding Documents and Principles that direct and prioritize our work, including the Watershed Management Division Strategic Plan, the Vermont Surface Water Management Strategy, and the Tactical Basin Planning Process. We also describe how we frame our work—as protecting, maintaining, enhancing, and restoring our surface waters—and the tools we use to achieve these goals. The third section, Program Highlights, details the work of our eight programs—three media-specific—Wetlands, Rivers, and Lakes and Ponds; two federally delegated—Stormwater and Wastewater; and three that integrate surface waters and media—Monitoring, Assessment, and Planning, Clean Water Initiative, and Business and Operational Support Services. The final section summarizes how we Measure and Track Progress. It describes the current state of Vermont's water quality via population level indicators and environmental measures, as well as social, investment, and project output measures. It summarizes how we report our progress through the Vermont Clean Water Annual Investment Report and the Results Based Accountability Report.

Statewide Soil Report

19 December 2016
An Evaluation of PAHs, Arsenic, and Lead Background Soil Concentrations in Vermont

Final 2016 Air Monitoring Network Plan

01 July 2016
In accordance with adopted federal EPA regulation, 40 CFR Part 58, Subpart B §58.10(1), the Vermont Air Quality & Climate Division is required to submit to EPA by July 1, 2016 an air monitoring network plan for the State of Vermont. The regulation requires that the network plan be posted on the AQCD website or other form of notification for public comment 30 days prior to submission to the EPA Region 1 Office. The 2016 Network Plan was posted on the “public notice” section of AQCD website from 5/25/16 through 6/28/16. During this period, the VT AQCD received no public comments.To view or download a copy of the current 2016 Air Monitoring Network Plan click on the link below:

AQCD Final 2016 Air Monitoring Network Plan

01 July 2016
In accordance with adopted federal EPA regulation, 40 CFR Part 58, Subpart B §58.10(1), the Vermont Air Quality & Climate Division is required to submit to EPA by July 1, 2016 an air monitoring network plan for the State of Vermont. The regulation requires that the network plan be posted on the AQCD website or other form of notification for public comment 30 days prior to submission to the EPA Region 1 Office. The 2016 Network Plan was posted on the “public notice” section of AQCD website listed above from 5/25/16 through 6/28/16. During this period, the VT AQCD received no public comments.

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