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Greater Trinity River Region: Implementing a Plan to Protect Recreational Uses

The goal of this project is to reduce bacteria levels in waterways of the Dallas/Fort Worth area to make them safer for recreation. The stakeholders and TCEQ developed total maximum daily loads (TMDLs) and an implementation plan (I-Plan), which together are the road map to improving water quality.
Greater Trinity Region: Implementing a Plan to Protect Recreational Uses
The goal of this project is reduce bacteria levels and protect recreational safety in waterways of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. The stakeholders and the TCEQ developed total maximum daily loads (TMDLs) and an implementation plan (I-Plan), which together are the road map to improving water quality. The TCEQ adopted the TMDLs and approved the I-Plan.
Reports and Other Documents: Implementing the Greater Trinity River Plan
Reports and other documents about the plan to keep recreation safe in portions of the Trinity River by reducing bacteria concentrations in water.
TMDL and Implementation Plan: Greater Trinity Region
The TMDL and its I-Plan are the road maps for activities to keeping the river segment safe for recreation.