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Water resource policy

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Potential contaminants exist in varying concentrations and new ones are found on an ongoing basis}. Sewage is technically wastewater contaminated with fecal and similar animal waste byproducts, but is frequently used as a synonym for waste water. Origination includes cesspool and sewage outfall pipes, some of which are unpermitted .
 
=== Water treatment policy ===
Water treatment is usually a matter of implementation however it is subject to multiple overlapping jurisdictional constraints which limit the governmental autonomy <ref> Poulantzas, Nicos. Political Power and Social Classes. London:New Left Books></ref>exercised by these bodies. For instance, levels of chloramines with their resulting toxic trihalomethane by product are subject to Federal guidelines even though water management implementing those policy constraints are carried out by local water boards. <ref>http://www.ccwa.com/chloramines.htm</ref>
 
==Appendix: Water resource legislation==
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