Maryland's Phase II WIP County Level MAST Scenarios and Load Summaries (October, 2012)

The sets of tables provided below by county (and Baltimore City) present control practices and loads underlying Maryland’s Phase II WIP, which was re-submitted to EPA following updates provided by local jurisdictions in July 2012. The first group of tables in each set shows the control practices for 2010, 2017 and 2025.  These are followed by a second group of tables that show the resulting estimated annual loads of nitrogen, phosphorus and sediment at 2010, 2017 and 2025.  The changes in loads by source sector are then summarized in a set of bar charts.

Notes accompanying the tables provide additional explanation of a number of details in the material presented. 

PLEASE NOTE: The information provided in the county summary tables reflect the new or refined strategies submitted by a number of county WIP teams to MDE in July 2012, which have been incorporated along with other updated information in the Final Maryland Phase II WIP document. 

Click on the jurisdiction name and the file for the jurisdiction will appear in .pdf format.

Allegany County

Charles County

Prince George's County

Anne Arundel County

Dorchester County

Queen Anne's County

Baltimore City

Frederick County

St. Mary's County

Baltimore County

Garrett County

Somerset County

Calvert County

Harford County

Talbot County

Caroline County

Howard County

Washington County

Carroll County

Kent County

Wicomico County

Cecil County

Montgomery County

Worcester County



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