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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 9. Environment
Title 9. Environment
Agency 25. State Water Control Board
11/25/2020

Chapter 260. Water Quality StandardsRead Chapter

  • Part II. Standards with More Specific ApplicationRead all
  • Section 160
    Fecal coliform bacteria; shellfish waters
    Section 170
    Bacteria; other recreational waters
    Section 180
    [Deleted]
    Section 185
    Criteria to protect designated uses from the impacts of nutrients and suspended sediment in the Chesapeake Bay and its tidal tributaries
    Section 186
    Virginia Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permits and schedules of compliance
    Section 187
    Criteria for man-made lakes and reservoirs to protect aquatic life and recreational designated uses from the impacts of nutrients
  • Part VI. Procedural RequirementsRead all
  • Section 250
    Procedural requirements for variances due to natural conditions, temperature and §316(a) thermal variances
    Section 260
    Modification, amendment, and cancellation of standards
    Section 270
    Shellfish buffer zones; public hearing
    Section 275
    Protection of Eastern Shore tidal waters for clams and oysters
    Section 280
    Analytical procedures
    Section 290
    [Repealed]
    Section 300
    Classification of tributary streams
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