BWQP Branches and Programs
Water Quality Standards and Monitoring Branch is responsible for developing and reviewing surface water quality standards, administering the total maximum daily load (TMDL) Program, and generating the Nevada Water Quality Integrated Report. The branch also administers the State's ambient surface water quality and bioassessment monitoring programs.
401 Water Quality Certification Program grants certification to assure state water quality standards will not be violated for activities requiring a federal permit that may result in a discharge to a water.
Nonpoint Source (NPS) Pollution Management Branch is responsible for managing nonpoint sources of pollution in Nevada. Nonpoint source (NPS) pollution results from a variety of diffuse and dispersed human activities.
Environmental Education & Outreach Program focuses on environmental educational programs offered by the Nevada Division of Environmental Protection.
Lake Tahoe Watershed Program is the NDEP program collaborating with the federal, state, local, and private partners to protect Lake Tahoe as a water of extraordinary aesthetic or ecologic value.