Share this article Share It has been one of the busiest years for the clean water campaign, and there’s plenty of buzz around it.
It’s also been a big source of controversy, especially since the Obama administration has been criticized for its lack of commitment to clean water.
That’s because of the White House’s failure to adequately respond to the request from the Obama Justice Department to begin enforcing the Clean Water Act, and the subsequent delays in implementing it.
This has created a significant problem for the Clean Power Plan, which aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from power plants by reducing pollution from power plant emissions.
A new report released by the Institute for Policy Integrity (IPSI) says that Clean Water Worksheet (CWS) is the most effective way to help the country meet its environmental goals.
It argues that CWS can help make sure people know that clean water is available.
The report also points out that the CWS worksheet can be used to identify what federal agencies are doing to enforce the Clean Air Act.
While the White Houses decision to ignore the Justice Department’s request to begin enforcement was a major failure, it wasn’t enough.
While many of the major water agencies did not take up the request, the EPA did.
In a statement, EPA spokeswoman Lauren Burden said, “EPA does not comment on specific litigation, but EPA is committed to ensuring that the law is enforced.
We are working to expedite implementation of the Clean Waters Act and the implementation of Clean Water Workbook.”
She also said, EPA was looking at ways to provide information to the public about the law.
The Clean Water Program was created by the Clean Drinking Water Act of 1972, a law passed by Congress to improve drinking water quality and improve public health.
It required all states to provide a statewide water quality report, which the states could then use to determine whether they needed to install water treatment facilities.
EPA also created a national water quality assessment tool, which was updated annually and required all federal agencies to submit their annual reports to the agency.
Under the law, states could use the report to determine their water quality status.
The program has worked well for water agencies.
The agency has issued more than 4.5 million water quality reports since it began in 1971, with only 921 reports needing to be re-evaluated annually, according to IPSI.
But as IPSI found, the federal government did not do enough to monitor how it was administering the program.
The organization wrote that in 2015, there were only about 7,000 water quality inspections, with the EPA saying it would “not be able to continue to monitor compliance with this provision due to its lack a sufficient number of inspectors to do so.”
And in 2016, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency issued only 13 reports.
IPSI pointed out that only one of those reports was focused on compliance with the law: the one that was written by the Department of Justice and the Department’s Office of Management and Budget.
The EPA’s failure led to a major criticism from the Trump administration, and in January, the WhiteHouse said it was reviewing the agency’s handling of the CWC.
But on Feb. 9, the Trump team issued a press release claiming that the agency had been working with the Justice department and the EPA to implement the CWA.
“The White House has continued to provide guidance to EPA regarding how the administration is implementing the Clean water Worksheet,” the press release stated.
The White House added that it was not aware of any cases of people being denied access to water due to lack of compliance with CWS, but that it would be “monitoring the compliance of states.”
This was an important change from the previous administration, where the president has said that the water has been clean since he took office.
The Trump administration also issued a memorandum in August 2017 directing the Department, EPA, and U.N. agencies to begin implementation of a national strategy for protecting the environment, including water.
But it also directed that the EPA be allowed to hire a contractor to monitor the implementation.
The press release also made clear that the Trump-era EPA was planning to work with state and local governments to develop water quality plans.
In addition, the administration directed that EPA should be allowed “to initiate a public consultation process on the use of the new CWS in states.”
But the administration has not followed through on that directive.
On Monday, IPSI asked the administration to explain how it plans to implement its plan to enforce clean water standards in the future.
The administration has made a number of statements over the last year, but none of them have provided any meaningful guidance.
In March, the Justice and Energy departments announced that they would begin implementing the CWD program in September 2018.
In May, the State Department said that it planned to begin implementing CWS on a state-by-state basis.
In August, the Office of the Federal Register published a draft of the rule that will implement the new program.
But the document does