Clean Water Act (CWA)

Definition of "Clean Water Act (CWA)"
  1. Federal law responsible for regulating pollutant discharge and setting standards for U.S. surface water quality
How to use "Clean Water Act (CWA)" in a sentence
  1. Under the Clean Water Act (CWA), the factory faced penalties for discharging pollutants into the river.
  2. The local government enacted a Clean Water Act (CWA) policy to improve the lake's water quality.
  3. Environmental groups seek enforcement of the Clean Water Act (CWA) to protect the wetlands.

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