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West Virginia Hydrologic Group C is one of five groups the 32 major watersheds in the state are divided into (Groups A - E).
For more information about public meetings, please contact us.
Mindy S. Neil, Environmental Resources Program Manager
West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection
601 57th Street SE
Charleston, WV 25304
Phone: (304) 926-0495
Staff from DWWM presented monitoring and TMDL development plans for the Tug Fork River watershed during two public meetings held May 15th
in Delbarton and May 17th in Welch.
Slides from the Tug Fork TMDL development meeting.
Tug Fork River Watershed:TMDL development ongoing. Draft due out later in 2022.
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Listed are the abbreviations used for the pollutants in the data below.
Pollutants: FC, pH
Pollutants: FC, Al, Fe, Se, pH
Pollutants: Al, Fe, FC, Se, pH
Pollutants: Al, Fe, Mn, Se, pH, FC
Pollutants: Cu, Fl
Pollutants: Fe, Phosphorus, TSS
Pollutants: FC, Fe
Pollutants: Al, Fe, Phosphorus, Sediment
Pollutants: FC, Sediment
Pollutants: Al, Fe, Mn