Secretary Hess also recommended several clarifications to House Bill 2230: -- Making sure definitions for "consumptive use" and other terms in the legislation are consistent with those used by river-basin commissions; -- Prohibiting the charging of a fee for water-use registration; -- Including "credit" for groundwater recharge contributed by farmland and open space in the State Water Plan; -- Making sure that key stakeholders -- environmental groups, local governments, farm, business, county conservation districts, public water suppliers and water-using energy generators -- are included in both statewide and watershed advisory groups established by the legislation; and -- Exempting monitoring wells already regulated from duplicate requirements.
What does WAG stand for?
WAG stands for Watershed Advisory Group
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Holly Huyck, Technical Advisor to the Clear Creak Watershed Advisory Group, commented: "ITEC is cleaning up an orphan mine site that otherwise would continue to contaminate the Boulder Creek watershed with acid and excess metals.