San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board

San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board 2017-01-28T08:03:33+00:00

San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board

The San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board’s mission is to develop and enforce water quality objectives and implement plans that will best protect the area’s waters while recognizing our local differences in climate, topography, geology and hydrology.

The San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board is comprised of nine part-time members appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Senate. The San Diego Board’s “basin plan” encompasses our hydrologic areas, issuing waste discharge requirements, enforcement action against violators, and monitoring water quality.

The task of protecting and enforcing the many uses of water, including the needs of industry, agriculture, municipal districts, and the environment is an ongoing challenge for the San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board.

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