Missouri Clean Water Commission

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The commission is a seven-member citizen's board appointed by the governor and confirmed by the Senate. The department provides staff support to the commission. This staff is housed in a number of locations including the Water Protection Program, the Missouri Geological Survey, the Environmental Services Programand the Division of Environmental Quality's five regional offices.


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