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Submit a 1,2,3-TCP Comment Letter

The written public comment period for the proposed 1,2,3-TCP MCL regulations is from March 4, 2017 - April 21, 2017. The deadline for comment letters is 5:00 p.m., April 21, 2017.

 

Sign onto CWC and Clean Water Action's joint comment letter by contacting CWC's Asha Kreiling at 916-706-3346 or asha.kreiling@communitywatercenter.org. Please send your name, affiliation and logo.

Or, if you would like to submit your own letter, you can use this sample letter supporting the Board's proposed 5 part per trillion MCL. 

 

Written comments may be submitted as follows:

1. By email to: commentletters@waterboards.ca.gov. The State Water Board requests but does not require that email transmission of comments, particularly those with attachments, contain the regulation package identifier “SBDDW-17-001” in the subject line to facilitate timely identification and review of the comment; or

2. By fax transmission: (916) 341-5620. The State Water Board requests but does not require that faxed comments contain the subject line “SBDDW-17-001”; or

3. By mail to: Clerk to the Board, Ms. Jeanine Townsend, State Water Resources Control Board, P.O. Box 997377, MS 7400, Sacramento, CA 95899-7377; or 4. Hand-delivered to: Clerk to the Board, Ms. Jeanine Townsend, State Water Resources Control Board, 1001 I Street, 24th Floor, Sacramento, CA 95814

 

 

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