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Many water bodies in Oregon do not meet water quality standards for various pollutants at certain times of the year. In the Rogue Basin, bacteria, temperature, sedimentation, pH, and dissolved oxygen have been identified as water quality impairments. The Total Maximum Daily Load for each pollutant is determined by scientific data collection and analysis to determine how much of a pollutant a water body can receive and still meet water quality standards. Water quality standards are intended to protect the most sensitive beneficial uses in a water body.
TMDL approved by the EPA on Dec. 29, 2008
TMDL approved by EPA on May 30, 2002
Upper Sucker Creek TMDL approved by EPA on May 4, 1999
TMDL approved by EPA on June 13, 2002
TMDL approved by EPA on Oct. 2, 2007
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