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Impaired Waters and TMDLs

Monitoring, Assessment and TMDLs: Pacific Islands

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EPA Pacific Southwest (Region 9) works with the Pacific Island territories through its Pacific Islands Office, which provides technical and funding assistance to territorial environmental protection programs. The Pacific territories have completed Section 305(b) and Section 303(d) reports for several reporting cycles; each Territory is now beginning to develop TMDLs.

More information about the Pacific Islands Office can be found at the EPA in the Pacific Islands website.

American Samoa

Monitoring, assessment, and TMDL development work is conducted by American Samoa Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). More information may be obtained at the American Samoa EPA website.Exit

On August 25, 2016, EPA approved American Samoa's 2016 Section 303(d) list.

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  • American Samoa's 2016 Section 303(d) list of waters requiring a TMDL is available at the American Samoa Environmental Protection Agency's (ASEPA) Water ProgramExit website.

Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands (CNMI)

Monitoring, assessment, and TMDL development work is conducted by CNMI Bureau of Environmental and Coastal Quality (CNMI BECQ). More information may be obtained at the CNMI Bureau of Environmental and Coastal QualityExitwebsite.

On February 15, 2017, EPA approved Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands' 2016 Section 303(d) list.

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Guam

Monitoring, assessment, and TMDL development work is conducted by Guam EPA. More information may be obtained at the Guam EPA website.Exit

On August 10, 2016, EPA approved Guam's 2016 Section 303(d) list.

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