- Pesticides in Urban Runoff, Wastewater, and Surface Water: Annual Summary of Regulatory Activities to Protect Water Quality, prepared for the San Francisco Estuary Project by TDC Environmental, 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004
- Pyrethroids Reevaluation Data Requirement Due Date Summary - 10/07, TDC Environmental, LLC
- U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Schedules (updated 08/07): Re-Registration Registration Review
- Frequently Asked Questions About Reevaluation of Certain Pesticide Products Containing Pyrethroids, California Department of Pesticide Regulation, 01/07. For more information, visit DPR's pyrethroids reevaluation web page.
- Diazinon and Pesticide-Related Toxicity in Bay Area Urban Creeks Water Quality Attainment Strategy and Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Basin Plan Amendment documents and information are available on the San Francisco Bay Water Board's web site.
- Overview of Permethrin Risk Assessment, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Pesticide Programs, 08/05
- U.S. EPA Pesticide Re-registration Comment Letters by California Water Quality Agencies, summary by TDC Environmental, 12/04
- Evaluation of Regional Efforts to Improve Existing Federal Regulatory Processes to Prevent Water Quality Impairment by Pesticides, TDC Environmental, 04/03
- Endangered Species Act Court Ruling ("Washington Toxics Coalition lawsuit") links and information ("Salmon Hazard") can be found on the links page.
The Urban Pesticide Pollution Prevention (UP3) Project provides information and tools to facilitate involvement of California water quality agencies in state and federal urban pesticide regulatory processes that may affect water quality. The project also provides the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) and the California Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) with information on urban pesticide mitigation to prevent potential water quality problems associated with urban pesticide use. Some examples of UP3 Project activities include:
- Tracking relevant U.S. EPA and DPR regulatory processes
- Identifying specific information (including methodology and data gaps) that would be valuable to share with U.S. EPA and DPR
- Where potentially significant risks are evident, identifying risk mitigation options and seek their implementation
- Reviewing outcomes
- Pyrethroids reevaluation web page, California Department of Pesticide Regulation
- California Department of Pesticide Regulation
- U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Office of Pesticide Programs
- Federal Document Management System
- State Water Resources Control Board TMDL web page
- Central Valley Water Board TMDL web page
- San Francisco Bay Water Board Diazinon and Pesticide-Related Toxicity in Bay Area Urban Creeks Water Quality Attainment Strategy and Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Basin Plan Amendment