3 Administrative Procedure Act. and risks allowing selenium and nutrient pollution discharges to occur without effective control. 3.
The Cumberland Chapter of the Sierra Club is the state chapter of a national conservation organization with a long tradition of advocacy on behalf of the environment. The Cumberland Chapter has more than 4,800 members whose use and enjoyment of the water resources of the Commonwealth of Kentucky for recreational, aesthetic, and other beneficial purposes is adversely affected by the EPA A
cting Regional Administrator’s
approval on November 15, 2013, of chronic aquatic life water quality criteria for selenium, eutrophication, and nutrients that do not comply with the Clean Water Act. The Chair of the Cumberland Chapter is Alice Howell, and the address and phone number of that organization is P.O. Box 1368, Lexington, KY 40588-1368, ph. 859-296-4335. 4.
Alice Howell is also a member of the Sierra Club Cumberland Chapter, and is a resident of Lexington, Kentucky. Ms. Howell uses and enjoys the rivers, streams, and lakes in the Commonwealth, including those where the water quality is threatened or has been impaired by the discharge of selenium, eutrophication, and nutrients. Ms. Howell is a Sierra Club member and volunteers in the Kentucky River Watershed Watch. As a citizen and user of the waters of the Commonwealth, Ms. Howell has recreational, aesthetic, and economic interests that have been and will be adversely affected by the Administrator
approval of water quality standards for selenium, eutrophication, and nutrients that is contrary to the Clean Water Act and the Administrative Procedure Act and risks allowing selenium and nutrient pollution discharges to occur without effective control.
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