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Water Resource Management

Water Resource Management, Florida Department of Environmental Protection

Water Resource Management conducts permitting, compliance and enforcement programs for more than 3,000 domestic and 1,000 industrial wastewater facilities, 6,300 drinking water systems, and a myriad of activities in wetlands and other surface waters.

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