The Clean Water Act is EPA legislation that requires industry and other polluting parties to keep certain harmful chemicals and substances out of public waters. I’ve attached the link for the legislation below.
The act was actually initiated by singer-songwriter Pete Seeger and his Hudson River Revival music festival, in an effort to clean up and protect the Hudson River in New York.
The Clean Water Act (CWA) developed out of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act of 1948. Significant amendments were made regarding pollution law, and in 1977, the law was renamed to become the CWA. Here is a list of the amendments, provided by the EPA.
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