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COMMITTEE ON ENVIRONMENT AND PUBLIC WORKS

JENNINGS RANDOLPH, West Virginia, Chairman EDMUND S. MUSKIE, Maine

ROBERT T. STAFFORD, Vermont MIKE GRAVEL, Alaska

HOWARD H. BAKER, JR., Tennessee LLOYD M. BENTSEN, Texas

JAMES A. MCCLURE, Idaho QUENTIN N. BURDICK, North Dakota PETE V. DOMENICI, New Mexico JOHN C. CULVER, Iowa

JOHN H. CHAFEE, Rhode Island
GARY HART, Colorado

MALCOLM WALLOP, Wyoming
WENDELL R. ANDERSON, Minnesota
DANIEL PATRICK MOYNIHAN, New York

John W. YAGO, Jr., Staff Director

BAILEY GUARD, Minority Staff Director
LEON G. BIL INGS and HAROLD H. BRAYMAN (Minority),

Senior Professional Staff Members
PHILIP T. CUMMINGS, RICHARD M. HARRIS, RICHARD E. HEROD (Minority), and

KATHERINE Y. CUDLIPP (Minority), A880ciate Counsels
Professional and research staff: KARL R. BRAITHWAITE, PAUL CHIMES, E. KEVIN CORNELL,

GEORGE F. FENTON, Jr., RANDOLPH G. FLOOD, KATHALEEN R. E. FORCUM, ANN GARRA- : BRANT, RICHARD T. GREER, WESLEY F. HAYDEN, VERONICA A. HOLLAND, KATHLEEN A. KORPON, JUDY F. PARENTE, JOHN B. PURINTON, Jr., JAMES D. RANGE (Assistant Counsel, Minority), JACQUELINE E. SCHAFER, CHARLENE A. STURBITTS, E. STEVENS SWAIN, Jr., ROBERT VAN HEUVELEN, SALLY W. WALKER, and HAVEN WHITESIDE

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TITLE I-RESEARCH AND RELATED PROGRAMS

Section:

101-Declarations of goals and policy --

102—Comprehensive programs for water pollution control.

103—Interstate cooperation and uniform laws.

104—Research, investigations, training, and information.

105—Grants for research and development.-

106--Grants for pollution control programs.--

107-Mine water pollution control demonstrations.-

108—Pollution control in Great Lakes.

109—Training grants and contracts-----

110-Application for training grant or contract; allocation of grants or

contracts...

111-Award of scholarships.

112-Definitions and authorizations..

113—Alaska village demonstration projects..

114_Lake Tahoe study--

115-In-place toxic pollutants-

TITLE II–GRANTS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF TREATMENT WORKS

Section:

201—Purpose.

202-Federal share..

203—Plans, specifications, estimates, and payments-

204—Limitations and conditions.

205-Allotment.--

206—Reimbursement and advanced construction.

207–Authorization --

208— Areawide waste treatment management-

209–Basin planning-

210 Annual survey.

211-Sewage collection systems.

212-Definitions...

213—Loan guarantees for construction of treatment works.

214Public information --

215_Requirements for American materials.

216—Determination of priority--

217—Cost-effectiveness guidelines.

TITLE III-STANDARDS AND ENFORCEMENT

Section:

301-Effluent limitations.

302—Water quality related effluent limitations---

303—Water quality standards and implementation plans.

304-Information and guidelines..

305—Water quality inventory--

306—National standards of performance-

307—Toxic and pretreatment effluent standards.

308—Inspections, monitoring, and entry-

309—Federal enforcement...

310—International pollution abatement..

311-Oil and hazardous substance liability-

312-Marine sanitation devices...

313— Federal facilities pollution control.

314-Clean lakes.

315—National study commission.

316—Thermal discharges.

317—Financing study-

318—Aquaculture.-

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TITLE IV-PERMITS AND LICENSES
Section:

401–Certification..
402—National pollutant discharge elimination system.
403—Ocean discharge criteria.
404—Permits for dredged or fill material-
405—Disposal of sewage sludge..

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TITLE V-GENERAL PROVISIONS
Section:

501-Administration..
502— General definitions.
503—Water pollution control advisory board.
504—Emergency powers.-
505_Citizen suits..
506—Appearance.--
507—Employee protection.
508—Federal procurement.
509- Administrative procedure and judicial review.
510_State authority -
511-Other affected authority.
512-Separability-
513–Labor standards...
514- Public health agency coordination...
515-Effluent standards and water quality information advisory

committee..
516—Reports to Congress-
517—General authorizations.
518-Short title..

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