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GLRPPR Sector Resource: Clean Water Indian Program

Clean Water Indian Program

The Office of Wastewater Management (OWM) is committed to implementing the goals and principles of the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) 1994 Indian Policy. OWM recognizes that Indian tribes and Native Alaskan Villages face significant human health and environmental problems. Cleaning and protecting the nation's water is an enormous task. OWM is working in partnership with the EPA Regions, other federal agencies, tribal organizations, state agencies and others to help build tribal wastewater infrastructure, improve water pollution control programs, and strengthen tribal capacity to effectively manage their public health and water resource programs.

The Clean Water Indian Program web site provides: information on tribal assistance programs; Clean Water Indian Policy and guidance documents; contacts; relevant publications, resources and links; and information on relevant training and educational opportunities.


U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

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GLRPPR is a member of the Pollution Prevention Resource Exchange, a national network of regional information centers: NEWMOA (Northeast), WRRC (Southeast), GLRPPR (Great Lakes), ZeroWasteNet (Southwest), P2RIC (Plains), Peaks to Prairies (Mountain), WSPPN (Pacific Southwest), PPRC (Northwest).


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