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Office of Inspector General

Report: EPA Relying on Existing Clean Air Act Regulations to Reduce Atmospheric Deposition to the Chesapeake Bay and its Watershed

Report #2007-P-00009February 28, 2007

What Was Found

EPA’s Chesapeake Bay Program Office is relying on anticipated nitrogen deposition reductions from Clean Air Act (CAA) regulations already issued by EPA, combined with anticipated reductions from other non-air sources, to meet water quality goals for the Bay watershed.

Report Materials

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