In 1990, the Coastal Zone Act Reauthorization Amendments (CZARA) was passed, requiring coastal states and territories to create runoff-control projects. Construction sites and storm water systems of certain sizes must comply with CZARA standards.
Some preventative actions that CZARA – as well as the EPA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, which oversee CZARA – recommend that ocean-bordering cities do to protect the marine environment are:
*Set up toxic material disposal plans
*Plan road and bridge construction so that they don’t cross many waterways and therefore disturb aquatic flora and fauna or black natural drainage pathways.
*Enact protection laws for sensitive coastal areas
*Put into place road cleanup crews
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