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Water Uses Evaluation

Understanding how the region’s interests may be affected by future changes in Great Lakes water levels, particularly in the context of other drivers of change, is a critical step in developing a fair and effective new regulation plan for Lake Superior and the upper Great Lakes. The domestic, municipal and industrial water uses interest represents public and private sector organizations using water for domestic, municipal and industrial purposes, including owners/operators of water and wastewater treatment facilities, coal-fired and nuclear power stations, agricultural operations relying on irrigation, and large industrial plants, such as mines, paper manufacturers and chemical plants. The Boundary Waters Treaty of 1909 lists domestic and sanitary uses first in the order of precedence.
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