Appendix A4 National Archive Records Of Interstate

WATER AND CONFERENCE ENFORCEMENT ACTION FILES1

Archives Tracking Number:

Accession Number:

1Source: Standard Form 135, Records Transmittal and Receipt.

from: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Permit Assistance and Evaluation Division Crystal Mall #2, Rm. 706, Arlington, VA

TO: Federal Records Center, GSA Washington National Records Center Accession Section

Washington, DC 20409, Stop Code 386

Agency Custodian of Records: Robert Hardeker Agency Official: Harold Masters, Records Management Officer Number of Document Boxes: 117 (#1-62, #62a, #62b, #62c, #63-114) Date: undated

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Permit Assistance and Evaluation Division

Documents pertaining to conferences of an interstate body of water, and a state and federal effort to make or keep it clean. Documents and dates contained in the file concern the administrative aspects of enforcement, the social and economic forces acting both for and against clean-up, the development and application of rules for establishing/maintaining clean water conditions, and the monitoring and testing of the water.

Each water body section is divided into 8 parts which contain the following types: Administrative, Compliance, Correspondence, Legal, Legislation, Litigation, News clippings and Reports.

interstate water and conference files

1 Alabama (State) through Androscoggin River (Correspondence)

2 Androscoggin River (Legislative) through Applegate River (Reports)

3 Arizona (State) through Arkansas River, Area III (Clips #3)

4 Arkansas River, Area III (Reports #1) through Bear River (Clips #1)

5 Bear River (Reports) through Big Sioux River (Reports #1)

6 Black Fork River (Administrative) through Boston Harbor (Reports #1)

7 Brood River (Administrative) through California (State) (Clips)

8 California (State) (Reports #1) through California (State) (Reports #3)

9 California (State) (Reports #4) through Canadian River (Reports #1)

10 Carson River (Administrative) through Upper Chattahoochee River (Clips #1)

11 Upper Chattahoochee River (Clips #2) through Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal (Legislative #1)

12 Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal (Legislative #2) through Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal (Reports #1)

Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal (Reports #2) through Colorado River (Administrative #3)

Colorado River (Administrative #4) through Colorado River (Administrative #13A)

Colorado River (Compliance) through Colorado River (Reports #5) Colorado River (Reports #6) through Colorado River (Reports #8) Colorado River (Reports #9) through Colorado River (Reports #12) Colorado River, Area I (Administrative #1) through Co1orado River (General Clips #1)

Co1orado River (General Reports #1) through Columbia River (General Reports #5)

Columbia River, General (Reports #6) through Columbia River, Area III (Clips #1)

Columbia River, Area III (Clips #2) through Connecticut River, General (Clips #1)

Connecticut River, General (Reports #1) through Coosa River (Compliance #1)

Coosa River (Correspondence) #1 through Corney Creek (Reports #1) Corney Creek (Reports #2) through Delaware River, General (Correspondence #1)

Delaware River, General (Clips #1) through Delaware River, General (Reports #3)

Delaware River, General (Clips #2) through Delaware River, General (Reports #3)

Detroit River (Administrative #2) through Detroit River (Litigation #1) Detroit River (Litigation #1A) through Detroit River (Reports #2) Detroit River (Reports #3) through Lake Erie (Administrative #2) Lake Erie (Administrative #3) through Lake Erie (Correspondence #1) Lake Erie (Correspondence #2) through Lake Erie (Clips #8) Lake Erie (Clips #9) through Escambia River (Clips #1) Escambia River (Reports #1) through Florida State (General #4) Florida (State) (Reports #1) through Georgia (State) (General #2) Lake Gibson (General #1) through Great Lakes (Correspondence #1) Great Lakes (Legal #1) through Gypsum Creek (Reports #1) Hackensack River, Upper (Administrative #1) through Holston River, North Fork (Reports #1)

Holston River, North Fork (Reports #2) through Hudson River (Correspondence #1)

Hudson River (Correspondence #2) through Idaho (State) (Reports #1) Illinois (State) (General #1) through Iowa (State)(Reports #1) James River (Administrative #1) through Kewaunee Harbor (Reports #1) Keya Paha River (General) through Long Island Sound (Correspondence #1) Long Island Sound (Correspondence #1) through Mahoning River (Clips #1) Mahoning River (Reports #1) through Massachusetts (State) (Reports #1) Maumee River (Administrative) through Merrimack River (Compliance #1)

Merrimack River (Compliance #2) through Gulf of Mexico (General #2) Gulf of Mexico (Reports #1) through Lake Michigan (Calumet) (Administrative #2)

Lake Michigan (Ca1umet) (Compliance #1) through Lake Michigan (Calumet) (Clips #3)

Lake Michigan (Calumet) (Clips #4) through Lake Michigan (Calumet) (Reports #2)

Lake Michigan (Calumet) (Reports #3) through Lake Michigan (4-States)(Compliance #1)

Lake Michigan (4-States) (Compliance 1A) through Lake Michigan (4-States) (Correspondence #5)

Lake Michigan (4-States) (Correspondence #6) through Minnesota River (C1ips #1)

Minnesota River (Reports #1) through Mississippi River (Upper) (Correspondence #1)

Mississippi River (Upper) (Correspondence #2) through Mississippi River (Upper)(Reports #2)

Mississippi River (Upper) (Reports #3) through Mississippi River (St. Louis)(Administrative #3)

Mississippi River (St. Louis) (Compliance #1) through Mississippi River (St. Louis) (Clips #4)

Mississippi River (St. Louis) (Clips #5) through Mississippi River (Lower) (Administrative #l)

Mississippi River (Lower) (Administrative #2) through Mississippi River (Lower) (Reports #l)

Mississippi River (Lower) (Reports #2) through Missouri (State) (Reports #1)

Missouri River (General #1) through Missouri River (St. Joseph)(Clips #4) Missouri River (Kansas City) (Administrative #1) through Missouri River (Kansas City) (C1ips #3)

Missouri River (Kansas City) (Clips #4) through Mohawk River (Clips #1) Missouri River (Reports #1) through Missouri River (Sioux City) (Administrative #2)

Missouri River (Sioux City) (Compliance #1) through Missouri River (Omaha) (Correspondence #1)

Missouri River (Omaha) (Legislative #1) through Missouri River (St. Joseph) (Compliance #3)

Mohawk River (Reports #1) through Monongahela River (Reports #2) Monongahela River (Reports #3) through Monongahela River (Reports #6) Montana (State) (General #1) through Nashua River (Correspondence #1) Nashua River (Reports #1) through New Jersey (State), Eastern (Compliance #l)

New Jersey (State), Eastern (Compliance #1) through New York (State) (Reports #3)

New York (State) (Reports #4) through North Carolina (State) (Reports #l)

North Carolina (State)(Reports #2) through Ohio (State) (General #1) Ohio (State) (General #2) through Ohio River (Reports #1) Ohio River (Reports #2) through Ohio River, Area V (Administrative #1) Ohio River, Area V (Correspondence #1) through Oregon (State) (Reports #1)

Ouachita River (Administrative #1) through Pascagoula River (Reports #1) Pawcatuck River (General #1) through Pecos River (Clips #1) Pecos River (Reports #1) through Pigeon River (Clips #1) Pigeon River (Reports #1) through Puget Sound (Administrative #1) Puget Sound (Compliance #1) through Puget Sound (Reports #2) Puget Sound (Reports #3) through Raritan Bay (Administrative #3) Raritan Bay (Compliance #l) through Raritan Bay (Reports #1) Raritan Bay (Reports #2) through Red River (Upper) (Clips #l) Red River (Upper) (Reports #1) through Republican River (Lower) (Administrative #1)

Republican River, Upper (Compliance #1) through Sabine River (Administrative #1)

Sabine River (Correspondence #2) through St. Lawrence River (Clips #1) St. Lawrence River (Reports #1) through San Francisco Bay (Reports #1) San Francisco Bay (Reports #2) through Savannah River, Upper (Clips #1) Savannah River, Upper (Reports #1) through Savannah River, Lower (Clips #2)

Savannah River, Lower (Reports #l) through Snake River, Area III (Reports #1)

Souris River (Reports #1) through South Platte River (Clips #1) South Platte River (Reports #1) through South Platte River (Reports #5) South Platte River (Reports #6) through Spokane River (Administrative #1) Spokane River (Correspondence #1) through Susquehanna River (Reports #2)

Suwannee and Withlacoochee Rivers (Administrative #l) through 10 Mile River (Reports #1)

Tennessee (State) (Reports #1) through Texas (State) (Reports #2) Texas (State) (Reports #3) through Trinity River (Clips #1) Trinity River (Reports #1) through Virgin Islands (Reports #1) Virgin River (General #1) through Washita River (Reports #1) Walker River (Administrative #1) through Wichita River (General #1) West Virginia (State) (General #1) through Wisconsin (State) (General #4) Wisconsin (State) (General #5) through Youghiogheny River (General) Region, Great Lakes #l through Region, Northeast #3 Region, Northeast (Reports #1) through Region, Ohio Basin (Reports #2) Region, Ohio Basin (Reports #3) through Region, Southeast (General #1) Region, Southeast (General #2) through Region, All (Reports #1) Region, All (Reports #2) through Laboratory, Grosse Ile Laboratory, National Marine Quality Laboratory through General, Intra-Headquarters #5

106 General, Newsclips #1 through General, Reports #2

107 Program, Acid Mine Drainage through Program, Coastal Waters Monitoring

108 Program, Congressional Records through Program, Impact Statements

109 Program, Industrial Wastes through Program, Oil Pol1ution Control #3

110 Program, Oil Pollution Control #4 through Program, Sewage and Waste Treatment Reports

111 Program, Shellfish Sanitation through Program, U.S. Water Resources Council

112 Program, Water Law (General #7) through Program, Water Resources #2

113 Program, Water Resources #4 through Program, Water Resources, New England #1

114 Program, Water Resources, New York through Program, Water Resources, West Virginia

list of enforcement action files contained in document boxes #1 —#114
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