Established in 1949 (Stats. 1949, ch. 1551, p. 2793) in response to the Federal Water Pollution Control Act, the State Water Pollution Control Board coordinates
the actions of the various state agencies involved in the regulation and monitoring of water pollution, formulates state-wide
water quality control policy, allocates appropriated funds to the regional boards, and initiates and manages scientific research
and technical programs to establish appropriate water quality policies.
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