Draft Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Documents for Public Comment

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Comment Submission Deadline

​Total Maximum Daily Loads of Nitrogen and Phosphorus for the Baltimore Harbor in Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll and Howard Counties and Baltimore City, Maryland ​June 6, 2018
Total Maximum Daily Load of Sediment in the Non-Tidal Patuxent River Middle Watershed, Anne Arundel, Calvert, and Prince George's Counties, Maryland Closed
​April 12, 2018
Total Maximum Daily Load of Sediment in the Patuxent River Lower Watershed, Anne Arundel, Calvert, Charles, Prince George's and Saint Mary's Counties, Maryland Closed
April 12, 2018
Total Maximum Daily Loads of Fecal Coliform for the Restricted Harvesting Area in the Lower Choptank River Mainstem in Dorchester and Talbot Counties, MD and Appendix E: Extended Restricted Shellfish Harvesting Area in Lower Choptank River Mainstem​  Closed
February 20, 2018​
(submitted March 14, 2018)

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Data Solicitation for West River Watershed

The intent of this letter is to solicit readily available data and/or information to support the establishment of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) that would address sediment water quality impairments in the West River watershed. Specifically, the Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) is looking for data and information that would be helpful in addressing the sediment in the West River watershed.  If you are aware of available data and/or information pertaining to sediment impairments within the West River watershed, please view this correspondence with care.

Data Solicitation for Upper Chester River Watershed

The intent of this letter is to solicit readily available data and/or information to support the establishment of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) that would address sediment water quality impairments in the Upper Chester River watershed. Specifically, the Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) is looking for data and information that would be helpful in addressing the sediment in the Upper Chester River watershed. If you are aware of available data and/or information pertaining to sediment impairments within the Upper Chester River watershed, please view this correspondence with care.

 

Contact Information

Please direct questions or comments concerning Maryland's TMDL Program to Melissa Chatham at (410) 537-3937.​​