“Steps taken by EPA and others under the Clean Water Act have resulted in significant improvement in the nations waters over what they would have been without this law. EPA has led a change in the nations attitude toward protecting our rivers and streams. Billions of dollars are spent annually by companies and federal, State, and local governments to work toward the goals that Congress established 37 years ago. As a result, significant amounts of pollutants from factories and wastewater treatment plants are now removed before discharges reach rivers and streams; and many water bodies have been made safe for fishing and swimming. Despite these accomplishments, the full potential of the Clean Water Act has not been realized.”
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