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Rehabilitation and betterment of existing projects..

All American Canal system, Coachella division.
Carlsbad project----
Costs added to projects.
Justification.
Klamath project, Shasta View irrigation district
Newlands project---
Repayments.
Salt Řiver project.
Tucumcari project.
Uncompahgre project, Gunnison Tunnel, Colorado.

Yakima project, Outlook irrigation district.
Southern Nevada water project..

Budget request and capability-
Increased total estimated cost.

Justification.-
Special investigations justification.

Investigations of existing projects..
Middle Rio Grande project.
Minor work in connection with completed basin surveys.
Minor work in connection with completed project investigations.
Print reports---

Projects not yet identified.
Tehama-Colusa Canal fish facilities.
Teton Basin project, Lower Teton division, Idaho.

Additional data needed, 2d phase.---
Benefit-cost ratio...
Decrease in irrigators' repayment.-
Decrease in power allocation..
First and 2d phases..
Increased Federal obligations-
Irrigation benefits.
Justification.-
Presentation of project costs, change from last year.

Repayment by irrigators---
Thomas Creek siphon and retention dike in reach 1..
Tualatin project, Oregon.

Budget request...
Date of repayment.
Justification..

Repayment by power revenues
Upper Colorado River storage project--
Animas-La Plata participating project, Colorado-New Mexico..

Benefit-cost ratio.
Contributions anticipated.
Irrigation investment.
Justification.
Payments by irrigators.-
Payout study-
Planning status.
Repayment

Revenue.
Bostwick Park participating project, Colorado-

Benefit-cost ratio.
Capability-
Cost increase
Irrigation investment increase
Justification.
Repayment.
Supervision and distribution.

Vernal Mesa ditch and Lytle and Bostwick laterals..
Central Utah participating project, Utah:
Bonneville unit..

Cost increase.
Irrigation allocation increase.
Justification..
Payout period.
Repayment.

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Upper Colorado River storage project-Continued
Central Utah participating project, Utah-Continued

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Jensen unit.

779 Benefit improvements..

785 Interest rates--

786 Investment per acre.

788 Justification..

780 Repayment

786 Curecanti unit, Colorado.

723 Allocation to functions.

728 Capability.-

728 Funding decrease..

728 Justification.

724 Dallas Creek participating project, Colorado.

715 Additional capability

719 Allocation of costs.

715 Justification..

689 Repayment..

715, 717 Dolores participating project, Colorado..

718 Crops produced from irrigated acreage.

718 Increase in productivity per acre.

719 Justification.

692 Drainage and minor construction program.

800 Justification.

801 Navajo unit.

804 Page, Ariz., street and utility extensions..

803 Seedskadee participating project.

804 Fruitland Mesa participating project, Colorado.

719 Allocation to recreation.

720 Forest Service recreation costs.

721 Justification.

695 Necessity for early construction..

721 Payment capacity per acre.

720 General statement.

678 Justification.

678 Lyman participating project, Wyoming and Utah.

788 Benefit-cost ratio.

794 China Meadows Dam..

795 Cost increase...

793 Justification.

789 Payment capacity per acre..

793 Repayment.

793 Operation and maintenance.

806 Justification...

807 Operating criteria....

813 Recreational and fish and wildlife facilities

814 Bureau of Indian Affairs..

814 Budget request.

818 Justification..

815 Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife.un

830 Allocations to other agencies.

844 Appropriation explanation.

843 Bonneville unit, central Utah project, fishery studies.

846 Budget request.

843 Central Utah project, land acquisition..

846 Curecanti unit, Colorado Reservoir fishery investigation --- 844 Flaming Gorge unit, Colorado.--

845, 849 Glen Canyon unit, reservoir fishery investigation.

845 Justification.

831 Lyman project, Utah..

849 Operation and maintenance under section 8.

847 Recreational facilities.

848 Seedskadee project, Wyoming

847, 849 National Park Service.

818 Budget request...

829 Bull Frog Basin, Central Utah project

829 Center Point site, Blue Mesa Reservoir.

829 Justification..

819 Starvation Reservoir, Central Utah project..

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Upper Colorado River storage project-Oontinued

San Juan-Chama participating project, Colorado and New Mexico, jus

tification.Savery-Pot Hook participating project, Colorado and Wyoming

Funds required to commence construction.

Justification.
Transmission division, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and

Wyoming-
Additions and modifications to completed facilities.-
Archer-Weld 230-kilovolt transmission line..
Budget request decrease..
Bureau review of draft contract.
Contract negotiation with Montana Power Co.

House report 91-548.

Senate report 91-528..
Curecanti unit, status of transmission lines -
Dissatisfaction of cooperatives with draft contract.
Flaming Gorge-Oak Creek single circuit 138-kilovolt transmission

line and substation..-
Justification.
Letter from Hon. Lee Metcalf.
Meeting with Corps of Engineers..
Participation of cooperatives in future planning ---
Power deliveries from Bonneville Power Administration..
Questions of Hon. Mike Mansfield.

Resignation of region 6 director..
Water resources engineering research.--

Budget request--

Relation to ecology
Weed control and herbicide residue research.
Westlands Drainage Collector System ---

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FEDERAL WATER QUALITY ADMINISTRATION Agricultural pollution...

7 Agricultural pollution control technology

99 Cooperation with Department of Agriculture.

103 Justification..

100 Pollution from feed lots.

103 Problem magnitude -

106 Algae treatment, Minnesota.

19 Telapia, algae eating fish

20 Annual authorization.-

6 Blue Plains, Washington, D.C., physical chemical treatment process

10 Buildings and facilities

225 Authorized laboratories.

233 Budget request.

35, 42 Justification.

226 Narragansett, R.I., laboratory

232 Repairs and improvements to existing laboratories

234 Reprograming of funds.

232 Carryover and new contract authority

46, 47 Construction grants.-

22, 43 Waste treatment works.

28, 45, 46, 47 Construction grants administration.

175 Budget request..

179 Justification.

176 Multimunicipal or regional treatment systems.

181 Reimbursement of construction grants projects.

180 Construction grants for waste treatment works.

235 Allocation of grant funds.

239 Itemization of estimate..

241 Justification.

236 Control of pollution from Federal activities.

153 Budget request and new positions.

157 Justification.

154 Review of dredging applications.

157 Control of pollution in Great Lakes area

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23, 29 Cost and water quality standards.

6, 24 Detergent and phosphate control.

18 Direction, coordination, and management support.

210 Budget request

217 Justification.

211 Laboratory requirements

218 New positions

217 Regional offices..

219 Dominick, David D., Commissioner, statement

20 Prepared statement..

37 Elimination of water pollution caused by Federal facilities. Enforcement..

197 Budget request.

33, 42, 205 Community cooperation

208 Increased efforts.

205 Initiation of 180-day notices.

206 Justification....

198 Shellfish and oysters.

207, 208 Transfer of water quality standards development.

205 Environmental financing authority, proposed.

21 Executive direction and support.

34, 42 Headquarters support..

34 Regional support.

35 Federal planning and studies-

145 Estuarine and oceanographic activities

151 Justification.

146 Oceanographic activities.

151 Relationship between river basin planning activities and construction grants program.

151 Upper Potomac estuary.

153 Water Resources Council.

151 Federal, State, city partnership Funding formula. Funding level..

10 Highlight statement.. Industrial pollution control technology

92 Adjustments to authorized positions.

96 Budget request --

96 Fluidized-bed incinerator.

98 Justification.---

93 Reduction of effort.

97 Refinery sludges, disposal.

98 Justification: Budget estimates compared to authorizations..

61 Enforcement.

67, 70 Executive direction and support.

67, 70 Obligations by appropriation..

60 Personnel summary Planning, assistance, and training activities

66, 70 Pollution control operations and research.

65, 72 Research, development, and demonstration..

66, 70, 74 Klein, Carl C., Assistant Secretary for Water Quality and Research, statement. Prepared statement.

12 Lake Sallie, Minn., demonstration study

73 Legislation pending -Mining pollution control technology

106 Acid mine research project.

111 Budget request

109 Cooperation of mine owners.

109 Funding reduction and personnel increase.

110 Ion exchange and electrodialysis.

111 Justification...

107 Municipal pollution control technology

84 Budget request.

89 Combined sewer and storm discharges. Justification.

85 Research on in-house basis...

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Municipal wastes---

3

National Interagency Committee.

26

New obligational authority -

27, 40, 45

Oil pollution.

26

Other-sources-of-pollution control technology

112

Budget request.--

116

Gulf of Mexico oil fire.

117

Justification.-

113

Oil containment and cleanup device projects, Maine and Buffalo.. 118

Oil pollution.

116, 117

Planning, assistance, and training activities.

30, 32, 41, 140

Basin planning grants.-

144

Budget request...

144

Grants terminating in 1971.

145

Gulf of Mexico facility, suggested utilization.

145

Justification.

141

Pollution control and operation, justification.

60

Pollution surveillance -

161

Budget request.--

166

Industrial waste treatment and control facility inventory establish-

ment.

166

Justification.

162

Municipal waste treatment facilities inventory

167

President's message on environment.

3, 4, 22, 37, 52

Program grants and construction grants administration..

167

Allocation of grant-in-aid funds for water pollution control.

170

Allocations to interstate agencies.-

172

Justification..

168

State and interstate agency program grants.

175

Proposed Gulf Coast laboratory

17

Public information...

220

Budget request..

223

“Clean Water” television and radio campaign..

224

Justification.-

221

League of Women seminars.

223

Reallocation of State funds.

43

Reforms to insure good investments.

3

Research and development.-

5, 15, 28, 29, 36, 40

Research, development, and demonstration

74

Employment ceiling

83

Joint project with TVA.

82

Justification,

75

Staffing increase.

83

ource of pollutants..

9

Technical support and services.

157

Budget request.-

161

Justification.

158

Training --

182

Budget request.

194

Graduate and special training-

196

Justification.

183

Manpower development and training-

196

Professional training grants-

194

Research fellowships..

196

Technical training grants.

195

Waste treatment and ultimate disposal technology -

125

Budget request..

129

Justification.

126

Potomac waste treatment plant..

129

Processes for removal of dissolved inorganics_

130

Waste treatment process.

18

Requirements.

21

Water demand and pollution increases.

2

Water quality control technology

118

Alaskan research.-

123

Algae, pilot study on control of -

124

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