Great Rivers seeks to protect and preserve the waters of Missouri and surrounding states. Great Rivers’ water quality program begins with monitoring proposed federal, state and local actions that will adversely affect water quality.
Great Rivers is frequently involved in matters that adversely impact water quality. This includes assisting environmental groups, citizens’ organizations and individuals in their legal challenges designed to protect the quality of the waters.
Great Rivers’ Water Quality Program Articles
Chronic Meramec Polluter Confronted
Great Rivers Argues for Citizens’ Right to Sue
Comments Submitted on EPA’s Definition of “Waters of the United States”
Notice of Intent to Sue Submitted to Protect Meramec
Supreme Court to Decide if Clean Water Act Applies to Groundwater
Great Rivers Calls for Increased Water Resource Protection
Group Protests Unconstitutional Industry Control of Clean Water Commission
Flood Risk Prevented by Saving Sugar Creek
Testimony Leads to Better Testing for Radioactivity