Report to the Legislature: Management Review of the Dredged Material Management Program
Report to the Legislature: Management Review of the Dredged Material Management Program (Number of pages: 91) (Publication Size: 2019KB)
|Author(s)||Toxics Cleanup Program, Shorelands and Environmental Assistance Program|
|Description||In 2016, the Washington Legislature directed Ecology, in coordination with DNR, to conduct a management review of the Dredged Material Management Program (DMMP) policies and procedures. The report focused on three primary areas; 1) how the DMMP operations, policies and decisions provide for dredging to maintain navigation and commerce, 2) determine what regulatory flexibility exists to allow dredging that is protective of human health and the environment, and 3) how DMMP’s process ensures regulatory flexibility is used and appropriate management and oversight is incorporated. The report findings are presented along with recommendations for short- and long-term implementation.|
|NOTES:||This document was revised January 2017 to provide factual corrections and clarifications. Please see errata sheet (within document) for a list of revisions.|
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|Keywords||DMMP, Dredged Material Management Program, legislative report|
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