EPA to review Pennsylvania’s latest cleanup plan for the Chesapeake Bay

EPA to review Pennsylvania’s latest cleanup plan for the Chesapeake Bay

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Pennsylvania officials hope the third time proves to be the charm when it comes to Chesapeake Bay cleanup plans.

Two earlier plans, one submitted in 2019 and another late last year, were widely panned for failing to achieve the state’s pollution reduction goals and for a lack of funding.


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The Bay Journal, founded in 1991, offers independent environmental reporting for the Chesapeake Bay region. Published 10 times a year (print) and mirrored by its website, bayjournal.com, the newspaper covers environmental issues ranging from nutrient pollution and agricultural best practices to endangered species and climate change impacts. The 64,000-mile Bay watershed reaches six states (including nearly half of Pennsylvania) and the District of Columbia.

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