http://www.rssboard.org/rss-specification 720 XTF Search Results (sort=SiteTitle;smode=FirstWord;FirstWord=Q*) http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/search?sort%3DSiteTitle;smode%3DFirstWord;FirstWord%3DQ* Results for your query: sort=SiteTitle;smode=FirstWord;FirstWord=Q* Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501150452_manual-overview.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501150452_manual-overview.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501150555_stream-wq-monitoring.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501150555_stream-wq-monitoring.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501150659_sectionc.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501150659_sectionc.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501150751_sectiond.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501150751_sectiond.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501150842_sectione.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501150842_sectione.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501150925_sectionf.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501150925_sectionf.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501151027_sectiong.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501151027_sectiong.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501151110_sectionh.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501151110_sectionh.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501151231_sectionk.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501151231_sectionk.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501151312_sectionL.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501151312_sectionL.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501151359_sectionM.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501151359_sectionM.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501151455_sectionP.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501151455_sectionP.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501151652_turbidity-sop.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501151652_turbidity-sop.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501151737_sop-guidance.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501151737_sop-guidance.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501151826_refrigerator-temp-sop.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501151826_refrigerator-temp-sop.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501151920_trace-metal-collection-sop.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501151920_trace-metal-collection-sop.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501151959_continuous-monitoring-log-sheet.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501151959_continuous-monitoring-log-sheet.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501152102_continuous-monitoring-sop.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/20120501152102_continuous-monitoring-sop.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/continuous-monitoring-log-sheet.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/continuous-monitoring-log-sheet.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/continuous-monitoring-sop.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/continuous-monitoring-sop.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/manual-overview.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/manual-overview.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/refrigerator-temp-sop.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/refrigerator-temp-sop.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/sectionL.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/sectionL.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/sectionM.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/sectionM.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/sectionP.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/sectionP.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/sectionc.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/sectionc.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/sectiond.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/sectiond.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/sectione.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/sectione.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/sectionf.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/sectionf.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/sectiong.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/sectiong.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/sectionh.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/sectionh.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/sectionk.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/sectionk.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/sop-guidance.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/sop-guidance.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/stream-wq-monitoring.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/stream-wq-monitoring.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/trace-metal-collection-sop.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/trace-metal-collection-sop.pdf Quality Assurance and Field Methods Manual. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/turbidity-sop.pdf Illinois EPA uses its Quality System to manage the quality of its environmental data collection, generation, and use. The primary goal of the Quality System is to ensure that our environmental data are of sufficient quantity and quality to support the data's intended use. Under the Illinois EPA Quality System, bureaus and programs are required to develop and implement supporting quality systems and documentation such as Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPPs) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). Similar requirements also may apply to contractors, grantees, and other recipients of financial assistance from Illinois EPA. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/17/36/turbidity-sop.pdf Quality Manual Illinois Department of Transportation. Department of Transportation http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/01/49/88/QualityManual.pdf This manual describes the Quality Management System of the Illinois Department of Transportation, and delineates lines of authority, relationships and responsibilities among the key processes and personnel performing within the system. The manual also provides procedures or references for activities comprising the Quality Management System to ensure compliance with the standard, ISO 9001:2000. This manual is used to guide employees through the requirements of the ISO standard that must be maintained to ensure customer satisfaction and continual improvement, and to provide instructions that help empower the work force. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/01/49/88/QualityManual.pdf Quality Manual Illinois Department of Transportation. Department of Transportation http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/01/78/51/QualityManualMay2009.pdf This manual describes the Quality Management System of the Illinois Department of Transportation, and delineates lines of authority, relationships and responsibilities among the key processes and personnel performing within the system. The manual also provides procedures or references for activities comprising the Quality Management System to ensure compliance with the standard. This manual is used to guide employees through the requirements of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standard that must be maintained to ensure customer satisfaction and continual improvement, and to provide instructions that help empower the work force. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/01/78/51/QualityManualMay2009.pdf Quality Manual Illinois Department of Transportation. Department of Transportation http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/02/11/31/QualityManualJuly202009.pdf This manual describes the Quality Management System of the Illinois Department of Transportation, and delineates lines of authority, relationships and responsibilities among the key processes and personnel performing within the system. The manual also provides procedures or references for activities comprising the Quality Management System to ensure compliance with the standard.This manual is used to guide employees through the requirements of the ISO standard that must be maintained to ensure customer satisfaction and continual improvement, and to provide instructions that help empower the work force. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/02/11/31/QualityManualJuly202009.pdf Quality of Chicago Supplementary Homicide Reports Data Compared to the Chicago Homicide Dataset. Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/00/40/10/SHR_CHD_9_13_19991.pdf Since the Supplementary Homicide Reports has been and continues to be the source of much of our knowledge about lethal violence in the United States, it is important to know just how good that source is. To evaluate the completeness and accuracy of Supplementary Homicide Reports data in one city, the Bureau of Justice Statistics asked the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority to conduct a case-by-case comparison of the 1,784 homicides recorded in the Chicago Homicide Dataset in 1993 or 1994 to homicides recorded in the Supplementary Homicide Reports for those years. This report, the results of the comparison, provide information about the quality of Supplementary Homicide Reports data in Chicago. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/00/40/10/SHR_CHD_9_13_19991.pdf Quality Saw and Seal v. Illinois Commerce Commission. Appellate Court http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/00/32/26/20070703183840_2060637.pdf No. 2--06--0637 Filed: 6-27-07 IN THE APPELLATE COURT OF ILLINOIS SECOND DISTRICT QUALITY SAW AND SEAL, INC., Petitioner, v. ILLINOIS COMMERCE COMMISSION, Respondent. On Petition for Administrative Review from the Illinois Commerce Commission. No. 05--0407 http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/00/32/26/20070703183840_2060637.pdf Quality Standard for Work Zone Traffic Control Devices. Department of Transportation http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/02/10/19/QualityStandardforWorkZoneTrafficControlDevices2004.pdf This booklet explains a visual system to identify acceptable, marginal, and unacceptable signs, panels, drums, cones and other traffic control devices. This standard has been developed in an effort to offset the deterioration in appearance of work zones. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/02/10/19/QualityStandardforWorkZoneTrafficControlDevices2004.pdf Quarterly Report 1: Beaucoup Creek Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/46/20120611145626_beacoup-creek-1.pdf This is first in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Beaucoup Creek Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. IEPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next 14 months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of what a TMDL is, the waterbodies that are scheduled for TMDL development, the standards and targets the TMDLs will aim to meet, public participation opportunities, project progress, and the next steps of the process to complete. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/46/20120611145626_beacoup-creek-1.pdf Quarterly Report 1: Beaucoup Creek Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/46/beacoup-creek-1.pdf This is first in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Beaucoup Creek Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. IEPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next 14 months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of what a TMDL is, the waterbodies that are scheduled for TMDL development, the standards and targets the TMDLs will aim to meet, public participation opportunities, project progress, and the next steps of the process to complete. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/46/beacoup-creek-1.pdf Quarterly Report 1: Big Muddy River #1 Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/52/20120611151653_big-muddy-one-1.pdf This is first in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Big Muddy River #1 Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. IEPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next 14 months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of what a TMDL is, the waterbodies that are scheduled for TMDL development, the standards and targets the TMDLs will aim to meet, public participation opportunities, project progress, and the next steps of the process to complete. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/52/20120611151653_big-muddy-one-1.pdf Quarterly Report 1: Big Muddy River #1 Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/52/big-muddy-one-1.pdf This is first in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Big Muddy River #1 Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. IEPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next 14 months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of what a TMDL is, the waterbodies that are scheduled for TMDL development, the standards and targets the TMDLs will aim to meet, public participation opportunities, project progress, and the next steps of the process to complete. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/52/big-muddy-one-1.pdf Quarterly Report 1: Big Muddy River #2 Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/54/20120611152717_big-muddy-two-1.pdf This is first in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Big Muddy River #2 Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. IEPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next 14 months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of what a TMDL is, the waterbodies that are scheduled for TMDL development, the standards and targets the TMDLs will aim to meet, public participation opportunities, project progress, and the next steps of the process to complete. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/54/20120611152717_big-muddy-two-1.pdf Quarterly Report 1: Big Muddy River #2 Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/54/big-muddy-two-1.pdf This is first in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Big Muddy River #2 Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. IEPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next 14 months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of what a TMDL is, the waterbodies that are scheduled for TMDL development, the standards and targets the TMDLs will aim to meet, public participation opportunities, project progress, and the next steps of the process to complete. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/54/big-muddy-two-1.pdf Quarterly Report 1: Bonnie Creek Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/64/20120611155524_bonnie-creek-1.pdf This is first in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Bonnie Creek Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. IEPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next 14 months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of what a TMDL is, the waterbodies that are scheduled for TMDL development, the standards and targets the TMDLs will aim to meet, public participation opportunities, project progress, and the next steps of the process to complete. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/64/20120611155524_bonnie-creek-1.pdf Quarterly Report 1: Bonnie Creek Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/64/bonnie-creek-1.pdf This is first in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Bonnie Creek Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. IEPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next 14 months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of what a TMDL is, the waterbodies that are scheduled for TMDL development, the standards and targets the TMDLs will aim to meet, public participation opportunities, project progress, and the next steps of the process to complete. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/64/bonnie-creek-1.pdf Quarterly Report 1: Casey Fork Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/73/20120611162626_casey-fork-1.pdf This is first in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Casey Fork Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. IEPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next 14 months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of what a TMDL is, the waterbodies that are scheduled for TMDL development, the standards and targets the TMDLs will aim to meet, public participation opportunities, project progress, and the next steps of the process to complete. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/73/20120611162626_casey-fork-1.pdf Quarterly Report 1: Casey Fork Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/73/casey-fork-1.pdf This is first in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Casey Fork Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. IEPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next 14 months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of what a TMDL is, the waterbodies that are scheduled for TMDL development, the standards and targets the TMDLs will aim to meet, public participation opportunities, project progress, and the next steps of the process to complete. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/73/casey-fork-1.pdf Quarterly Report 1 (July-September 2001): West Branch DuPage River Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/31/74/dupage-1.pdf This is the first quarterly report for the West Branch DuPage River Watershed Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) project. This quarterly report provides a brief description of what the progress to date on the project and which segments of the West Branch DuPage River are listed as impaired. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/31/74/dupage-1.pdf Quarterly Report 1: Little Muddy River Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/32/06/20120613162713_little-muddy-1.pdf This is first in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Little Muddy River Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. IEPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next 14 months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of what a TMDL is, the waterbodies that are scheduled for TMDL development, the standards and targets the TMDLs will aim to meet, public participation opportunities, project progress, and the next steps of the process to complete. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/32/06/20120613162713_little-muddy-1.pdf Quarterly Report 1: Little Muddy River Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/32/06/little-muddy-1.pdf This is first in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Little Muddy River Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. IEPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next 14 months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of what a TMDL is, the waterbodies that are scheduled for TMDL development, the standards and targets the TMDLs will aim to meet, public participation opportunities, project progress, and the next steps of the process to complete. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/32/06/little-muddy-1.pdf Quarterly Report 1: Little Wabash River Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/34/20120607162054_altamont-1.pdf This is first in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Little Wabash River Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. IEPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next 14 months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of what a TMDL is, the waterbodies that are scheduled for TMDL development, the standards and targets the TMDLs will aim to meet, public participation opportunities, project progress, and the next steps of the process to complete. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/34/20120607162054_altamont-1.pdf Quarterly Report 1: Little Wabash River Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/34/altamont-1.pdf This is first in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Little Wabash River Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. IEPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next 14 months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of what a TMDL is, the waterbodies that are scheduled for TMDL development, the standards and targets the TMDLs will aim to meet, public participation opportunities, project progress, and the next steps of the process to complete. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/34/altamont-1.pdf Quarterly Report 1: Vandalia Lake Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/32/81/20120614142554_vandalia-1.pdf This is first in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Vandalia Lake Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. IEPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next 14 months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of what a TMDL is, the waterbodies that are scheduled for TMDL development, the standards and targets the TMDLs will aim to meet, public participation opportunities, project progress, and the next steps of the process to complete. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/32/81/20120614142554_vandalia-1.pdf Quarterly Report 1: Vandalia Lake Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/32/81/vandalia-1.pdf This is first in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Vandalia Lake Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. IEPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next 14 months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of what a TMDL is, the waterbodies that are scheduled for TMDL development, the standards and targets the TMDLs will aim to meet, public participation opportunities, project progress, and the next steps of the process to complete. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/32/81/vandalia-1.pdf Quarterly Report 2: Beaucoup Creek Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/47/20120611145833_beacoup-creek-2.pdf This is second in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Beaucoup Creek Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next eight months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of how models and methodologies will be utilized in conducting TMDLs in the watershed. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/47/20120611145833_beacoup-creek-2.pdf Quarterly Report 2: Beaucoup Creek Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/47/beacoup-creek-2.pdf This is second in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Beaucoup Creek Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next eight months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of how models and methodologies will be utilized in conducting TMDLs in the watershed. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/47/beacoup-creek-2.pdf Quarterly Report 2: Big Muddy River #1 Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/59/20120611151854_big-muddy-one-2.pdf This is second in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Big Muddy River #1 Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next eight months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of how models and methodologies will be utilized in conducting TMDLs in the watershed. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/59/20120611151854_big-muddy-one-2.pdf Quarterly Report 2: Big Muddy River #1 Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/59/big-muddy-one-2.pdf This is second in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Big Muddy River #1 Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next eight months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of how models and methodologies will be utilized in conducting TMDLs in the watershed. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/59/big-muddy-one-2.pdf Quarterly Report 2: Big Muddy River #2 Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/55/20120611152902_big-muddy-two-2.pdf This is second in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Big Muddy River #2 Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next eight months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of how models and methodologies will be utilized in conducting TMDLs in the watershed. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/55/20120611152902_big-muddy-two-2.pdf Quarterly Report 2: Big Muddy River #2 Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/55/big-muddy-two-2.pdf This is second in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Big Muddy River #2 Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next eight months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of how models and methodologies will be utilized in conducting TMDLs in the watershed. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/55/big-muddy-two-2.pdf Quarterly Report 2: Bonnie Creek Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/65/20120611155704_bonnie-creek-2.pdf This is second in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Bonnie Creek Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next eight months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of how models and methodologies will be utilized in conducting TMDLs in the watershed. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/65/20120611155704_bonnie-creek-2.pdf Quarterly Report 2: Bonnie Creek Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/65/bonnie-creek-2.pdf This is second in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Bonnie Creek Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next eight months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of how models and methodologies will be utilized in conducting TMDLs in the watershed. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/65/bonnie-creek-2.pdf Quarterly Report 2: Casey Fork Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/74/20120611162806_casey-fork-2.pdf This is second in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Casey Fork Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next eight months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of how models and methodologies will be utilized in conducting TMDLs in the watershed. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/74/20120611162806_casey-fork-2.pdf Quarterly Report 2: Casey Fork Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/74/casey-fork-2.pdf This is second in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Casey Fork Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next eight months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of how models and methodologies will be utilized in conducting TMDLs in the watershed. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/74/casey-fork-2.pdf Quarterly Report 2: Dutchman Creek Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/31/79/dutchman-creek-2.pdf This is second in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Dutchman Creek Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next eight months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of how models and methodologies will be utilized in conducting TMDLs in the watershed. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/31/79/dutchman-creek-2.pdf Quarterly Report 2: Little Muddy River Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/32/07/little-muddy-2.pdf This is second in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Little Muddy River Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next eight months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of how models and methodologies will be utilized in conducting TMDLs in the watershed. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/32/07/little-muddy-2.pdf Quarterly Report 2: Little Wabash River Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/36/20120607162308_altamont-2.pdf This is second in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Little Wabash River Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next eight months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of how models and methodologies will be utilized in conducting TMDLs in the watershed. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/36/20120607162308_altamont-2.pdf Quarterly Report 2: Little Wabash River Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/36/altamont-2.pdf This is second in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Little Wabash River Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next eight months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of how models and methodologies will be utilized in conducting TMDLs in the watershed. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/36/altamont-2.pdf Quarterly Report 2 (October-December 2001): West Branch DuPage River Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/31/75/dupage-2.pdf This is the second quarterly report for the West Branch DuPage River Watershed Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) project. This quarterly report provides a brief description of project progress during the quarter and the proposed TMDL endpoints for each impairment. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/31/75/dupage-2.pdf Quarterly Report 2: Vandalia Lake Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/32/82/20120614142738_vandalia-2.pdf This is second in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Vandalia Lake Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next eight months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of how models and methodologies will be utilized in conducting TMDLs in the watershed. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/32/82/20120614142738_vandalia-2.pdf Quarterly Report 2: Vandalia Lake Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/32/82/vandalia-2.pdf This is second in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Vandalia Lake Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next eight months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of how models and methodologies will be utilized in conducting TMDLs in the watershed. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/32/82/vandalia-2.pdf Quarterly Report 3: Beaucoup Creek Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/48/20120611150052_beacoup-creek-3.pdf This is third in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Beaucoup Creek Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next eight months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of progress during the months of December 2001 through February 2002. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/48/20120611150052_beacoup-creek-3.pdf Quarterly Report 3: Beaucoup Creek Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/48/beacoup-creek-3.pdf This is third in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Beaucoup Creek Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next eight months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of progress during the months of December 2001 through February 2002. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/48/beacoup-creek-3.pdf Quarterly Report 3: Big Muddy River #1 Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/60/20120611152132_big-muddy-one-3.pdf This is third in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Big Muddy River #1 Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next eight months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of progress during the months of December 2001 through February 2002. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/60/20120611152132_big-muddy-one-3.pdf Quarterly Report 3: Big Muddy River #1 Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/60/big-muddy-one-3.pdf This is third in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Big Muddy River #1 Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next eight months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of progress during the months of December 2001 through February 2002. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/60/big-muddy-one-3.pdf Quarterly Report 3: Big Muddy River #2 Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/56/20120611153056_big-muddy-two-3.pdf This is third in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Big Muddy River #2 Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next eight months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of progress during the months of December 2001 through February 2002. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/56/20120611153056_big-muddy-two-3.pdf Quarterly Report 3: Big Muddy River #2 Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/56/big-muddy-two-3.pdf This is third in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Big Muddy River #2 Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next eight months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of progress during the months of December 2001 through February 2002. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/56/big-muddy-two-3.pdf Quarterly Report 3: Bonnie Creek Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/66/20120611155835_bonnie-creek-3.pdf This is third in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Bonnie Creek Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next eight months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of progress during the months of December 2001 through February 2002. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/66/20120611155835_bonnie-creek-3.pdf Quarterly Report 3: Bonnie Creek Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/66/bonnie-creek-3.pdf This is third in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Bonnie Creek Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next eight months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of progress during the months of December 2001 through February 2002. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/66/bonnie-creek-3.pdf Quarterly Report 3: Casey Fork Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/75/20120611162940_casey-fork-3.pdf This is third in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Casey Fork Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next eight months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of progress during the months of December 2001 through February 2002. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/75/20120611162940_casey-fork-3.pdf Quarterly Report 3: Casey Fork Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/75/casey-fork-3.pdf This is third in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Casey Fork Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next eight months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of progress during the months of December 2001 through February 2002. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/75/casey-fork-3.pdf Quarterly Report 3: Dutchman Creek Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/31/80/dutchman-creek-3.pdf This is third in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Dutchman Creek Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next eight months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of progress during the months of December 2001 through February 2002. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/31/80/dutchman-creek-3.pdf Quarterly Report 3 (January-March 2002): West Branch DuPage River Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/31/76/dupage-3.pdf This is the third quarterly report for the West Branch DuPage River Watershed Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) project. This quarterly report provides a brief description of project progress during the quarter and the proposed TMDL endpoints for each impairment. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/31/76/dupage-3.pdf Quarterly Report 3: Little Muddy River Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/32/12/20120613163111_little-muddy-3.pdf This is third in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Little Muddy River Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next eight months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of progress during the months of December 2001 through February 2002. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/32/12/20120613163111_little-muddy-3.pdf Quarterly Report 3: Little Muddy River Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/32/12/little-muddy-3.pdf This is third in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Little Muddy River Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next eight months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of progress during the months of December 2001 through February 2002. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/32/12/little-muddy-3.pdf Quarterly Report 3: Little Wabash River Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/37/20120607162505_altamont-3.pdf This is third in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Little Wabash River (Altamont New Reservoir) Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next eight months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of progress during the months of December 2001 through February 2002. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/37/20120607162505_altamont-3.pdf Quarterly Report 3: Little Wabash River Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/37/altamont-3.pdf This is third in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Little Wabash River (Altamont New Reservoir) Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next eight months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of progress during the months of December 2001 through February 2002. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/37/altamont-3.pdf Quarterly Report 3: Vandalia Lake Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/32/83/vandalia-3.pdf This is third in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Vandalia Lake Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next eight months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of progress during the months of December 2001 through February 2002. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/32/83/vandalia-3.pdf Quarterly Report 4 (April-June 2002): West Branch DuPage River Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/31/77/dupage-4.pdf This is the fourth quarterly report for the West Branch DuPage River Watershed Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) project. This report briefly describes project progress during the quarter and the proposed TMDL endpoints for each impairment. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/31/77/dupage-4.pdf Quarterly Report 4: Beaucoup Creek Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/49/20120611150255_beacoup-creek-4.pdf This is fourth in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Beaucoup Creek Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next five months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of progress since the last quarterly report. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/49/20120611150255_beacoup-creek-4.pdf Quarterly Report 4: Beaucoup Creek Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/49/beacoup-creek-4.pdf This is fourth in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Beaucoup Creek Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next five months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of progress since the last quarterly report. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/49/beacoup-creek-4.pdf Quarterly Report 4: Big Muddy River #1 Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/53/20120611152414_big-muddy-one-4.pdf This is fourth in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Big Muddy River #1 Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next five months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of progress since the last quarterly report. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/53/20120611152414_big-muddy-one-4.pdf Quarterly Report 4: Big Muddy River #1 Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/53/big-muddy-one-4.pdf This is fourth in a series of quarterly reports to provide an update of Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) development in the Big Muddy River #1 Watershed. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) is responsible for TMDL development and has contracted with Camp Dresser and McKee (CDM) to complete TMDLs within this watershed. Illinois EPA plans to complete the TMDLs for this watershed within the next five months. This quarterly report provides a brief description of progress since the last quarterly report. http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/53/big-muddy-one-4.pdf Quarterly Report 4: Big Muddy River #2 Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/57/20120611153836_big-muddy-two-4.pdf During this quarter, the Illinois EPA changed its policy regarding developing TMDLs for parameters that do no have numeric water quality standards. The constituents without numeric water quality standards will be listed for causing impairment but reductions and allocations of these parameters in a numeric TMDL will not be developed at this time. In some cases, recent data also showed that segments were in full support of their uses and water quality standards, so parameters for TMDL development were deleted http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/57/20120611153836_big-muddy-two-4.pdf Quarterly Report 4: Big Muddy River #2 Watershed. Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/57/big-muddy-two-4.pdf During this quarter, the Illinois EPA changed its policy regarding developing TMDLs for parameters that do no have numeric water quality standards. The constituents without numeric water quality standards will be listed for causing impairment but reductions and allocations of these parameters in a numeric TMDL will not be developed at this time. In some cases, recent data also showed that segments were in full support of their uses and water quality standards, so parameters for TMDL development were deleted http://www.ediillinois.org:8080/xtf/data/04/29/57/big-muddy-two-4.pdf