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Water quality standards established by Louisiana on June 27, 1967, for interstate waters subject to its jurisdiction, and which are contained in the documents entitled Louisiana Stream Control Commission, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Water Quality Criteria for Waters of the State of Louisiana," and “Plan For Implementation and Enforcement of Water Quality Standards, Louisiana Stream Control Commission,” together with appendixes and supporting documents, as amended; except for dissolved oxygen criteria for those interstate waters for which a use includes the propagation of acquatic life, and for which the dissolved oxygen criterion is established at "not less than 50 percent of saturation at existing water temperature."

MAINE Water quality standards established by Maine on July 5, 1967, for interstate waters subject to its jurisdiction, and which are contained in the following documents:

“(Water and Air) Environmental Improvement Commission Revised Statutes of 1964, Title 38 (as amended)";

"Saco River Basin Water Quality standards";

"Sagadahoc County Tidal Basin Water Quality Standards";

"St. Croix River Basin Water Quality Standards”;

"Lincoln County Tidal Basin Water Quality Standards”;

"Androscoggin River Water Quality Standards";

"Cumberland County Tidal Basin Water Quality Standards";

"Salmon Falls and Piscataqua River Basin Water Quality Standards”;

"Aroostook River Basin Water Quality Standards";

"Meduxnekeag River Basin Water Quality Standards”;

"Knox County Tidal Waters Water Quality Standards";

"York County Tidal Basin Water Quality Standards";

"Waldo, Penobscot, and Hancock County Tidal Waters Water Quality Standards”;

"Washington County Tidal Waters Water Quality Standards":

"Prestile Stream Water Quality Standards";

"St. John River Basin Water Quality Standards"; Antidegradation provisions, Chapter 461, Public Law 1971, section 363 and sections 413-415; and supporting documents contained in rules and regulations of the Maine Environmental Improvement Commission, including temperature criteria.

MARYLAND Water quality standards established by Maryland for interstate waters subject to its jurisdiction and which are contained in the documents entitled, “Water Resources Regu

lation 4.8, General Water Quality Criteria and Specific Water Quality Standards for All Maryland Waters," of the Maryland Water Resources Commission, May 22, 1967; and "Maryland's Water Quality Program, Maryland Plan, Binder No. 1,” together with appendixes and supporting documents, and the antidegradation statement adopted by the Secretary of Natural Resources of Maryland on July 2, 1971, and entitled “State of Maryland Antidegradation Policy.”

MASSACHUSETTS Water quality standards established by Massachusetts for the interstate waters subject to its jurisdiction and which are contained in the documents entitled:

1. “Volume 1, Water Quality Standards, Laws, Policy and Standards," including "Water Quality Standards" adopted by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Water Resources Commission, Division of Water Pollution Control, on March 3, 1967;

2. “Volume 2, Water Quality Standards, Blackstone, French and Quinebaug River Basins;

3. “Volume 3, Water Quality Standards, Housatonic and Hoosic River Basins;

4. “Volume 4, Water Quality Standards, Taunton and Ten Mile River Basins;

5. “Volume 5, Water Quality Standards, Nashua River Basin;

6. “Volume 6, Water Quality Standards, Connecticut River Basins;

7. “Volume 7, Water Quality Standards, Merrimack River Basin;

8. "Volume 8, Water Quality Standards, Coastal Waters;" together with appendices and supporting documents.

MICHIGAN
Water quality standards established by
Michigan on June 28, 1967, for interstate
waters subject to its jurisdiction, and which
are contained in the following documents:

1. “Water Resource Uses, Present and
Prospective for the St. Joseph River Basin in
Michigan and Water Quality Standards and
Plan of Implementation, Revised June 1967";

2. “Water Resource Uses, Present and
Prospective for Lake Michigan and Water
Quality Standards and Plan of Implementa-
tion, Revised June 1897":

3. “Water Resource Uses, Present and Prospective for Lake Huron and Water Quality standards and Plan of Implementetion, Revised June 1967";

4. “Water Resource Uses, Present and Prospective for St. Clair River, Lake St. Clair, Detroit River, Lake Erie, Maumee River Basin and Water Quality Standards and Plan of Implementation, Revised June 1967";

5. “Water Resource Uses, Present and Prospective for Lake Superior and the St. Marys River and Water Quality standards and Plan of Implementation, Revised June 1967";

6. “Water Resource Uses, Present and Prospective for the Menominee and Montreal

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River Basins in Michigan and the Other Michigan-Wisconsin Interstate Boundary Waters and Water Quality Standards and Plan of Implementation, Revised June 1967"; as amended; except temperature criteria for waters classified for the protection of fish, wildlife and other aquatic life.

MINNESOTA Water quality standards established by Minnesota on May 8, 1967, for interstate waters subject to its jurisdiction, and which are contained in the document entitled "Water Quality Standards for the Interstate Waters of Minnesota, June 1967" as amended, together with supporting documents.

MISSISSIPPI Water quality standards established by Mississippi on June 19, 1967, for Interstate waters subject to its jurisdiction, and which are contained in the document entitled "Water Quality Standards For Interstate Waters, June 19, 1967," as amended; except for the dissolved oxygen criteria for fresh waters and open ocean waters classified for fish and wildlife or higher uses; and temperature change limits in waters classified for fish and wildlife or higher uses.

MISSOURI Water quality standards established by Missouri in June 1967 for interstate waters subject to its jurisdiction, and which are contained in the following documents:

1. "St. Francis and Little Rivers and Tributaries and Lower Mississippi River Tributaries; Lower Mississippi River Basin, Southwest-Lower Mississippi; Water Quality Standards," June 1969, as revised.

2. “Osage and Gasconade Rivers and Tributaries; Osage-Gasconade River Basin, Missouri River Basin; Water Quality Standards," no date, as revised.

3. “Grand and Chariton Rivers and Tributaries; Grand-Chariton River Basin, Missouri River Basin; Water Quality Standards," June 1969, as revised.

4. “Minor Missouri River Tributaries; Missouri River Basin; Water Quality Standards," June 1968, as revised.

Lower Mississippi; Water Quality Standards,"
June 1968, as revised.

10. "Meramec River and Tributaries and Mississippi River Tributaries; Upper Mississippi River Basin; Water Quality Standards," June 1968, as revised.

11. "Salt River and Tributaries, Mississippi River Tributaries and Des Moines River; Upper Mississippi River Basin; Water Quality Standards," June 1968, as revised.

MONTANA
Water quality standards established by
Montana on June 5, 1967, for interstate
waters subject to its jurisdiction, and which

contained in the documents entitled
"Missouri River Drainage, Water Quality
Standards For The Surface Waters Of Mon-
tana," and "Columbia River Drainage, Water
Quality Standards For The Surface Waters
of Montana," as amended on September 22,
1967, by "Water Quallty Standards for the
Surface Waters of Montana."

An addendum adopted on October 8, 1968, and made part of the water quality standards established by Montana.

NEBRASKA Water quality standards established by Nebraska on November 18, 1968, for interstate waters subject to its jurisdiction, and which are contained in the document entitled “Water Quality Standards Applicable to Nebraska Waters, January 1969," as amended.

NEVADA Water quality standards established by Nevada on June 27, 1967, for Interstate waters subject to its jurisdiction, and which are contained in the documents entitled "Water Pollution Control Regulations (Exhibit 'A')" and "Interstate Water Quality Standards and Plan of Implementation, 1967".

NEW HAMPSHIRE Water quality standards established by New Hampshire on May 24, 1967, for interstate waters subject to its jurisdiction, and which are contained in the document entitled “Report on Water Quality Standards," together with appendixes and supporting documents, as amended.

NEW JERSEY Water quality standards established by New Jersey on August 10, 1964, for interstate waters subject to its jurisdiction, and which are contained in the document entitled "New Jersey State Pollution Control Program, Stream Classification, Standards of QualityImplementation," as amended and with revisions established June 30, 1971, which are contained in the document entitled "Rules and Regulations Establishing Surface Water Quality Criteria."

5. “White, North Fork, Spring, Eleven Point, Current and Black Rivers and Tributaries; White River Basin, SouthwestLower Mississippi; Water Quality Standards," June 1968, as revised.

6. “Missouri River; Missouri River Basin; Water Quality Standards," June 1967, revised August 1963, as revised.

7. “Mississippi River; Upper Mississippi River Basin, Southwest-Lower Mississippi; Water Quality Standards.” June 1967, revised August 1968, as revised.

8. “Big Blue River; Missouri River Basin; Water Quality Standards," June 1967, revised August 1968, as revised.

9. "Spring and Elk Rivers and Tributaries; Grand (Neosho) River Basin, Southwest

NEW MEXICO
Water quality standards established by
New Mexico on June 6, 1967, for interstate

waters subject to its jurisdiction, and which are contained in the following documents:

"The Rio Grande River in New Mexico, Water Quality Standards, June 1967";

“The San Juan, La Plata, and Animas Rivers in New Mexico, Water Quality Standards, June 1967";

"The Pecos River in New Mexico, Water Quality Standards, June 1967"';

"The Gila and San Francisco Rivers in New Mexico, Water Quality Standards, June 1967";

"The Canadian River in New Mexico, Water Quality Standards, June 1967'';

And a water quality standards plan of enforcement and implementation established on June 20. 1967, which are contained in the document entitled "Implementation and Enforcement Plan for Water Quality Control in New Mexico, June 1967'';

And amendments adopted on March 4, 1968, and contained in the document entitled "Amendments to the Water Quality Standards, March 1968".

An addendum adopted on October 9, 1968, and made a part of section 2, page 5 of the document “Implementation and Enforcement Plan for Water Quality Control in New Mexico, June 1967."

And addenda adopted on January 13, 1969, and made part of the water quality standards established by New Mexico.

NEW YORK Water quality standards established by New York for interstate waters subject to its jurisdiction, and which are contained in the following documents:

1. "Interstate Waters, Classifications, Water Quallty Standards and Criteria and Im. plementation Plan for the Delaware River Drainage Basin, Volume I, November 1966;

Allegheny River Basin, Volume VII, Juno 1967;

8. "Interstate Waters, Classifications, Water Quality Standards and Criteria and Implementation and Enforcement Plan for the Coastal Waters of New York State, Volume VIII, June 1967;" together with all appendices and attachments thereto, all of which as amended, and including the antidegradation statement adopted May 7, 1970.

NORTH CAROLINA Water quality standards established by North Carolina on June 23, 1967, for interstate waters subject to its jurisdiction, and which are contained in the document entitled "Excerpt: North Carolina Water Quality Standards and Plan of Implementation, Interstate and Coastal Waters," as amended, and revisions adopted October 13, 1970, and which are contained in the document entitled "Rules, Regulations, and Classifications and Water Quality Standards Applicable to the Surface Waters of North Carolina."

NORTH DAKOTA Water quality standards established by North Dakota on May 16, 1967, for interstate waters subject to its jurisdiction, and which are contained in the document entitled Water Quality Standards for Surface Waters of North Dakota, Plan for Implementation of Water Quality Standards,” together with appendices and supporting documents, all of which as amended, and revisions adopted September 26, 1969, and December 15, 1969, and which are contained in the document entitled “Standards of Surface Water Quality, State of North Dakota."

OHIO Water quality standards established by Ohio in June 1967, for Interstate waters subject to its jurisdiction, and which are con. tained in the following documents:

2. "Interstate Waters, Classifications, Water Quality Standards and Criteria and Implementation and Enforcement Plan for the Susquehanna River Drainage Basin, Volume II, February 1967;

3."Interstate Waters Classifications, Water Quallty Standards and Criteria and Implementation and Enforcement Plan for the St. Lawrence River Basin, Volume III, May 1967;

4. "Interstate Waters, Classifications, Water Quality Standards and Criteria and Implementation Plan for the Lake Ontario Basin, Volume IV, June 1967;

5. "Interstate Waters, Classifications, Weter Quality Standards and Criteria and Im. plementation and Enforcement Plan for the Hudson River Basin, Volume V, June 1967;

6. "Interstate Waters, Classifications, Water Quality standards and Criteria and Implementation and Enforcement Plan for the Lake Erie-Niagara River Basin, Volume VI, June 1967;

7. “Interstate Waters, Classifications, Water Quality Standards and Criteria and Implementation and Enforcement Plan for the

1. "Water Quality Standards For Great Miami, Whitewater and Wabash River Basins, June 21, 1967," as amended; except for temperature and dissolved oxygen criteria in waters classified "Aquatic Life A".

2. "Water Quality Standards For Mahoning River, Yankee and Pymatuning Creeks, and Little Beaver Creek, June 20, 1967," as amended; except for the Mahoning River and except for odor criterion for Little Beaver, Yankee, and Pymatuning Creeks, and except for temperature and dissolved oxygen criteria for waters classified "Aquatic Life A".

3. "Water Quality Standards For The Ash. tabula River, Conneaut Creek, and Turkey Creek, Including Interstate Waters of OhioPennsylvania, June 1967," as amended; except for temperature and dissolved oxygen criteria for waters classified “Aquatic Life A".

4. "Water Quality Standards for Interstate Waters of the Ohio River Between Ohio-West

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Virginia and Ohio-Kentucky, June 26, 1967," as amended, together with supporting documents; except for temperature and dissolved oxygen criteria for waters classified "Aquatic Life A."

5. “Report on Water Quality Standards For The Maumee River Basin Including Interstate Waters, June 1967," as amended; except for temperature and dissolved oxygen criteria for waters classified "Aquatic Life A".

6. “Report on Water Quality Standards For Interstate Waters Of Lake Erie, May 1967, as amended; except for temperature and dissolved oxygen criteria for waters classified "Aquatic Life A".

OKLAHOMA Water quality standards established by Oklahoma on October 10, 1967, for Interstate waters subject to its jurisdiction, and which are contained in the document entitled "Oklahoma's Water Quality Standards, 1968," as amended.

OREGON Water quality standards established by Oregon on June 1, 1967, for Interstate waters subject to its jurisdiction, and which are contained in the document entitled "Chapter 334, Oregon Administrative Rules, State Sanitary Authority, Division 1, Water Pol. lution, Subdivision 1, Standards of Quality for Public Waters of Oregon and Disposal therein of Sewage and Industrial Wastes," together with appendixes and supporting documents, and as amended on May 24, 1968, by a document entitled "Addendum, Adopted May 24, 1968, Implementation and Enforcement Plan for the Public Waters of the State of Oregon, May 1967."

PENNSYLVANIA Water quality standards established by Pennsylvania on June 28, 1967, for interstate waters subject to its jurisdiction, and which are contained in the document entitled "Water Quality Standards for Pennsylvania's Interstate Streams, June 1967," as amended; including criteria and use classifications contained in Article 301 of the Pennsylvania Sanitary Water Board's rules and regulations, as amended on November 19, 1969, and as further amended on September 16, 1971 (Pennsylvania Bulletin, Vol I, No. 68, Oct. 2, 1971), except that the following criterion remains in effect for interstate waters to which such criterion previously applied: "not to be changed by more than 2° F. during any one hour period;" and section 95.1 of chapter 25 of title 25 of the rules and regulations of the Department of Environmental Resources, adopted August 11, 1971.

COMMONWEALTH OF PUERTO RICO Water quality standards established by Puerto Rico on June 30, 1967, for Interstate waters subject to its jurisdiction and which are contained in the document entitled, "Sanitary Rules and Regulations No. 127, TO Establish Classifications and Standards for

the Coastal Waters of Puerto Rico in accordance with Article 8 of Act No. 142 Approved May 1, 1950, for the Water Pollution Control, as amended, and of Act No. 81 approved March 14, 1912, 'An Act to Reorganize the Sanitary Service', as amended," together with supporting material, as amended by Sanitary Regulation No. 128, adopted December 29, 1967 and further amended by Sanitary Regu. lation No. 129, adopted December 23, 1968.

RHODE ISLAND Water quality standards established by Rhode Island on June 27, 1967, for Interstate waters subject to its jurisdiction, and which are contained in the document entitled "State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, Water Quality Standards for Interstate Waters, June, 1967," together with appendixes and supporting documents, as amended.

SOUTH CAROLINA Water quality standards established by South Carolina on November 7, 1967, for interstate waters subject to its jurisdiction and which are contained in the document entitled “General Water Quality Criteria and Specific Water Quality Standards, Implementation Plan," as amended September 8, 1971.

SOUTH DAKOTA Water quallty standards established by South Dakota on February 16, 1967, for Interstate waters subject to its jurisdiction, and which are contained in the document entitled "Water Quality Standards For The Surface Waters of South Dakota, February 16, 1967," together with appendixes and supporting documents; as amended.

TENNESSEE Water quality standards established by Tennessee on May 26, 1967, for interstate waters subject to its jurisdiction and which are contained in the following document entitled “Water Quality Criteria for the State of Tennessee" as amended on November 17, 1967, May 22, 1970, October 26, 1971, and December 14, 1971, to include temperature criteria previously excepted from approval and an antidegradation statement.

TEXAS Water quality standards established by Texas on June 26, 1967, for Interstate waters subject to its jurisdiction, and which are contained in the document entitled "State of Texas, Water Quality Requirements," as amended.

UTAH Water quality standards established by Utah in June 1967, and amended in November 1968, for interstate waters subject to its jurisdiction and which are contained in the document entitled "Water Quality Standards and Implementation Plan," as amended.

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Water quality standards established by Vermont on June 15, 1967, for interstate waters subject to its jurisdiction, and which are contained in the document entitled "Plan for Implementation and Water Quality Criteria (Public Law 89-234) Vermont Water Resources Board, June 1967," as amended, and revisions adopted May 27, 1971, and which are contained in the document entitled “Regulations Governing Water Classification and Control of Quality," and classifications adopted May 28, 1970, and which are contained in the documents entitled “Classifications of the Missisquoi River and its Tributaries in the counties of Franklin, Lamoille, and Orleans," and "Classification of Lake Memphremagog and International Streams including John River, Tomifobia River, Coaticook River, Stearns Brook, and Holland Brook in the counties of Orleans and Essex," together with supporting documents.

VIRGINIA Water quality standards established by Virginia on April 8, 1970, for interstate waters subject to its jurisdiction, and which are contained in the document entitled “Commonwealth of Virginia Water Quality Standards," except section 1.01, together with supporting documents, and paragraph I-IV of the General Standards contained in previous plans for management of water quality established during 1967 and narrative temperature requirements contained in those standards.

VIRGIN ISLANDS Water quality standards established by the Virgin Islands on July 7, 1967, for interstate waters subject to its jurisdiction, and which are contained in the document entitled "Report on Water Quality Criteria And Plan of Implementation, Virgin Islands, United States of America, July 1967," as amended by "Report on Water Quality Criterla And Plan Of Implementation, Virgin Islands, United States Of America, August 25, 1967”; as amended,

WASHINGTON Water quality standards established by Washington on June 29, 1967, for interstate waters subject to its jurisdiction, and which are contained in the documents entitled “A Regulation Relating to Water Quality Standards for Interstate and Coastal Waters of the State of Washington and A Plan For Implementation and Enforcement of Such Standards Promulgated June 29, 1967," and "Implementation and Enforcement Plan for Interstate and Coastal Waters, June 1967," as amended by "A Regulation Relating To Water Quality Standards For Interstate and Coastal Waters of the State of Washington and a Plan For Implementation and Enforcement of Such Standards, December 4, 1967" and "Implementation and Enforcement Plan

for Interstate and Coastal Waters, December 1967,” together with appendixes and supporting documents.

WEST VIRGINIA Water quality standards established by West Virginia on January 26, 1967, for interstate waters subject to its jurisdiction and which are contained in the document entitled "Report on Water Quality Criteria and Plan of Implementation, Interstate Streams of West Virginia," as amended and as republished in part in the document entitled "Administrative Regulations of the State of West Virginia for Water Quality Criteria on Inter and Intra State Streams, 1970," together with supporting documents.

WISCONSIN Water quality standards established by Wisconsin on April 26, 1967, for Interstate waters subject to its jurisdiction, and which are contained in the document entitled "Water Quality Standards For Interstate Waters With Report On Implementation And Enforcement, June 1967,” including Wisconsin Administrative Code Sections RD 2.01, RD 2.02, RD 2.03, RD 3.01 through RD 3.09, together with appendixes and supporting documents.

WYOMING Water quality standards established by Wyoming on October 28, 1968, for interstate waters subject to its jurisdiction and which are contained in the document, "Water QualIty Standards for Interstate Waters in Wyoming,” together with supporting documents. (36 FR 22489, Nov. 25, 1971, as amended at 37 FR 6087, Mar. 24, 1972; 37 FR 20243, Sept. 28, 1972]

PART 122-REVISION OF WATER

QUALITY STANDARDS
Sec.
122.1 Applicability.
122.2 Definitions.
122.3 General provisions.
122.4 Initiation of proceeding by State

which adopted standards to be re

vised. 122.5

Initiation of proceedings for revi

vision by the Administrator.
122.6 Initiation of revision proceedings by

& Governor of an affected State,
122.7 Notice of conference.
122.8 Service of notice.
122.9 Parties.
122.10 Organization and general procedures

of the conference.
122.11 Presentation of material.
122.12 Conference procedure.
122.13 Record of proceedings.
122.14 Preparation, publication, and pro-

mulgation of water quality stand

ards.
AUTHORITY: The provisions of this part 122
Issued under section 10, 70 Stat. 506, as

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