- Clean Water Act Section 305(b) : A Clean Water Act Section 305(b) is biennial reporting requires description of the quality of the Nation's surface waters, evaluation of progress made in maintaining and restoring water quality, and description of the extent of remaining problems by using biological data to make aquatic life use support decisions.

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