Water quality trading is an innovative market-based approach to achieving water quality goals for nutrients such as phosporus and nitrogen through programs that allow permitted emitters to purchase nutrient reductions from another source.
- New resources posted:
- Trading registry set to launch March of 2014
- Update - Spring 2014 (3.2 MB)
- Update - Summer 2013
Water Quality Trading in the News
EPRI hosted an event on March 11, 2014, commemorating the first stewardship transactions. Read more.
- Ohio River WQT Project addressed in keynote of NACD national conference 2/3-5/2014
- States sign amendment to Trading Plan (2.8 MB)
- EPRI publishes technical report on WQT in water permits
- “The Legal Status of Credit Stacking” published in Ecology Law Quarterly. View the public Webcast.