Support EPA’s proposal to withdraw 2015’s confusing Waters of the U.S. rule and replace it with one that is clear and protects our waters

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is accepting comments on its proposal to withdraw the controversial 2015 “Waters of the U.S.” (WOTUS) rule and replace it with common-sense protections that will act as a critical step toward fixing our nation’s water policy.

Act now by easily submitting either your own comments or pre-drafted NAM comments in support of a clear rule that empowers everyone to join in protecting our waters.  

We need to let the EPA know that manufacturers support clean water and deserve a clear rule protecting it. Although the 2015 WOTUS rule was expected to clarify what waters are controlled by federal regulations, it failed to do so. The 2015 rule is unnecessarily complex and vague. The only remedy is to withdraw the 2015 rule and replace it with a rule that is clearly defined.

Act now to send comments to the EPA urging them to withdraw the confusing 2015 WOTUS rule and replace it with a clear rule that protects our critical water resources.

Please note, acting through this page will publically post to the docket set up to collect public comments regarding EPA's definition of "waters of the United States." 



For more information, please visit our website or contact:

Rachel Jones
Director, Energy & Resources Policy

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