Water Pollution Control Advisory Committee
Function: To assist the Water Pollution Control Commission in the performance of its statutory powers and duties and in formulating a general statewide comprehensive policy for the conservation, utilization and development of the water resources and other interrelated natural resources of the state for their most beneficial uses and the prevention, control, and abatement of pollution and the establishment of reasonable pollution standards for the waters of the state.
To serve as liaison between the Commission and communities, industries, and individuals; assist in public information programs.
Chapter 20 of the 1961 Special Session also established sanitary regions or districts.
Membership shall include two members for each region, who shall be citizens residing in their respective regions. The members of the committee shall be appointed by the governor, with the advice and consent of the senate.
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