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U.S. EPA COMMENTS ON GOVERNOR'S PROPOSED WATER PLAN

 U.S. EPA COMMENTS ON GOVERNOR'S PROPOSED WATER PLAN
 SAN FRANCISCO, April 6 /PRNewswire/ -- The following is U.S. EPA


Administrator William K. Reilly's comment on Gov. Pete Wilson's proposed water plan for California:
 "Governor Wilson is providing the kind of leadership we need to develop water policy that reconciles legitimate yet competing demands on this scarce resource. Building on his success last year with the State Water Bank, the Governor proposes to apply market principles to facilitate voluntary water transfers, to require conservation by urban and agricultural users, to encourage reclamation, and to improve management of groundwater. I look forward to working with him and the state of California to implement these important measures. Market approaches, conservation of resources, reuse -- these are precisely the tenets of the Bush administration's environmental policy."
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 /CONTACT: Lois Grunwald of U.S. EPA, 415-744-1588/ CO: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ST: California IN: SU:


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