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New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services

Total Maximum Daily Load Program
Waterfall The Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) refers to the pollutant reductions a waterbody needs to meet New Hampshire's water quality standards. TMDL’s develop a strategy to implement those reductions in order to restore the water quality. The general process by which TMDLs are developed includes identifying the problem pollutant, establishing of the water quality goals or target values needed to achieve water quality standards, identifying of the specific sources contributing the pollutant of concern, and then assigning a specific load allocation to each of the sources. more…

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