3B2,
   WATER QUALITY STANDARDS DIGEST
A COMPILATION OF FEDERAL/STATE STANDARDS ON
    GENERAL STREAM USE
        DESIGNATIONS
  ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
         WASHINGTON, D.C.

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                   STREAM  USE  CLASSIFICATIONS
Alabama
Alaska
Class I    Source of water supply for drinking or
           food processing purposes.

Class II   Swimming and other whole body contact
           sports.

Class III  Propagation and harvesting of shellfish
           for sale or use as food product.

Class IV   Fishing,  propagation of fish, aquatic
           life and wildlife and any other uses
           except for swimming and water contact
           sports or as a source of water supply
           for drinking or food processing purposes.

Class V    Agricultural irrigation, livestock
           watering, industrial cooling and process
           water supplies, fish survival and any
           other usage, except fishing, bathing,
           recreational activities including water
           contact suports or as a source of water
           supply for drinking or food processing
           purposes.

Class VI   Navigation

Class VII  Transportation of sewage,  industrial
           waste or other waste which have received
           the best practical treatment or control.

Class A - Water supply, drinking, culinary and
food processing without treatment other than simple
disinfection and removal of naturally present
impurities.

Class B - Water Supply, drinking, culinary and
food processing.  With adequate treatment equal to
coagulation, sedimentation, filtration, disinfection,
and any additional treatment necessary to remove
naturally present  impurities.

Class C - Bathing,  swimming, recreation.

Class D - Growth and propagation of fish and other
aquatic life including water fowl, furbearers and
other aquatic and semi aquatic life.

Class E - Shellfish growth and propagation.

Class F - Agricultural water supply including
irrigation,stock watering and truck farming.

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Arizona
Arkansas
California
 Connecticut
Class G - Industrial water supply, other than
food processing.

Class A - Domestic and industrial supply.

Class B - Recreation.

Class C - Fish and wildlife.

Class D - Agriculture.

The Arkansas Pollution Control Commission has taken
into consideration the use and value of the streams
for public water supplies, commercial,  industrial,
agricultural and other beneficial uses, recreational,
purposes, and propagation of fish and wildlife,
and the view expressed, at public hearings.  It is
the purpose of these criteria to preserve and en-
hance the quality of this water so that it shall be
reasonably available for all beneficial uses and
thus promote the social welfare and economic well
being of the people of the state.

Each of the regional water quality boards
has its own beneficial uses, many of them
are quite detailed.  A sample of ...listings
includes:

1.  Water contact sports.

2.  Boating.

3.  Sport fishing.

4.  Propagation and sustenance of marine life.

5.  Recreation.

6.  Aesthetic enjoyment.

7.  Industrial cooling water supply.

8.  Harborage purposes.

9.  Shipping, navigation and anchoring.

 Class  A -  Suitable for water supply and  all  other
 water  uses.

 Class  B -  Suitable for bathing,  other  recreational
 purposes,  agricultural uses, certain industrial
 processes  and cooling, excellent fish  and wildlife
 habitat; good aesthetic value;  acceptable for public
 water  supply with appropriate treatment.
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Colorado
Delaware
Class C - Suitable for fish and wildlife habitat,
recreational boating, and certain industrial processes
and cooling; under some conditions acceptable for
public water supply with appropriate treatment; good
aesthetic value.

Class D - Suitable for navigation, power, certain
industrial processes and cooling, and migration of
fish; good aesthetic value.

Class SA - Suitable for all sea water uses, including
shellfish harvesting for direct human consumption
(approved shellfish areas), bathing and other water
contact sports.

Class SB - Suitable for bathing, other recreational
purposes, industrial cooling and shellfish harvesting
for human consumption after depuration; excellent
fish and wildlife habitat; good aesthetic value.

Class  SC  -  Suitable  fish,  shellfish  and wildlife
habitat;  suitable  for recreational boating  and
industrial  cooling,  good  aesthetic value.

Class  SD  -  Suitable  for navigation,  power,  and
certain  industrial cooling waters; migration  of
fish;  good  aesthetic value.

Class  A  - Potable  water supply.

Class  Bl  -  Fish and  wildlife  -  cold  water  fishery.

Class  B2  -  Fish and  wildlife  -  Warm  water  fishery.

Class  B3  -  Recreation waters  and body  contact
sports, such as  but  not limited to swimming and
water  skiine.

Class  C  - Industrial use.

Class  D  - Irrigation.

Class  A  - Public water supply after  reasonable
treatment.

Class  B  - Industrial water supply after reasonable
treatment.

Class  C  - Recreation.

Class  D  - Maintenance and propagation  of fish and
aquatic  life and wildlife preservation.

Class  E  - Navigation.

NOTE:  In Delaware the water  use designations
vary slightly  in wording  from basin  to basin.

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 Florida
 Georgia
Hawaii
 Idaho
Class I - Public water supply.

Class II- Shellfish harvesting.

Class III - Recreation - propagation and management
of fish and wildlife.

Class IV - Agricultural and industrial water supply.

Class V - Navigation, utility and industrial use.

Class A  - Drinking water supply.

Class B  - Recreation.

Class C  - Fishing, propagation of fish, shellfish,
game and other aquatic life.

Class D  - Agricultural.

Class E  - Industrial.
Class F  - Navigation.

Classification for coastal water uses.
Class AA - oceanographic research, propagation of
shellfish and marine life, conservation of coral
reefs and wilderness areas and aesthetic eniovment.

Class A  - Recreational, including fishing, swimming,
bathing and other water contact sports and aesthetic
enj oyment.

Class B  - Small boat harbors, commerical, shipping,
and industrial, bait fishing  and aesthetic enjoyment.

Classifications of fresh water uses.

Class I  - Drinking water supply and food processing.

Class II - Bathing, swimming, recreation, growth
and propagation of fish and other aquatic life and
agricultural and industrial water supply.

Domestic water supply.

Industrial water supply

Irrigation

Livestock watering

Salmonid fish

Spawning

Salmonid fish rearing

Other fishing and aquatic life

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Illinois
Hunting and wildlife

Water skiing and swimming

Pleasure boating
Aesthetic qualities


1.  General Use (aqaatic life, agricultural use,
primary and secondary contact use, most industrail
uses, and aesthetic).
2.  Public and Food Processing Water Supply
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Public water supply and food processing.

Industrial water supply.

Aquatic life.

Recreation.

Agricultural or stock watering.

Class A - Public water supply.

Class B - Maintenance and propagation of well
balanced fish population.

Class C - Whole body contact recreation.

Public water supply.

Industrial water supply.

Recreation including sport fishing.

Agricultural purposes.

Receipt of treated waste.

Class I - Public water supply and food processing
industries.

Class II - Industrial water supply.

Class III - Aquatic life.

Class IV - Water contact recreation.

Class I - Carriage of treated municipal and
industrial waste.

Class II - Propagation of aquatic life for commerical
and sport fishery, including shellfish.

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                                 Class III - Limited agricultural uses.

                                 Class IV - Navigation.

                                 Class V - Water contact recreation.

                                 Class VI - Municipal water supply.

Maine                            Fresh Water

                                 Class A - Recreational purposes, including bathing,
                                 and for public water supplies after disinfection.

                                 Class Bl- Recreational purposes, including water
                                 contact recreation, for use as potable water supply
                                 after adequate treatment and for a fish and wildlife
                                 habitat.

                                 Class B2 - Water contact recreation, industrial,
                                 and potable water supplies after adequate treatment,
                                 and for a fish and wildlife habitat.

                                 Class C - Recreational boating and fishing, fish  and
                                 wildlife habitat and for other uses except potable
                                 water supplies and water contact recreation unless
                                 such waters are adequately treated.

                                 Class D - Power generation, navigation and
                                 industrial process waters after adequate treatment.

                                 Tidal or Marine Waters

                                 Class SA - Suitable for all clean water usages,
                                 including water contact recreation, and fishing.
                                 Such waters shall be suitable for the harvesting
                                 and propagation of shellfish and for fish and wild-
                                 life habitat.

                                 Class SB1 - Suitable for all clean water usages
                                 including water contact recreation, and fishing.
                                 Such waters shall be suitable for the harvesting
                                 and propagation of shellfish, and for a fish and
                                 wildlife habitat.

                                 Class SB2- Suitable for recreational uses, including
                                 water contact and fishing.  Such waters shall be
                                 suitable for the harvesting and propagation of
                                 shellfish, for a fish and wildlife habitat, and
                                 suitable for industrial cooling and process uses.

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Maryland
Massachusetts
Class SC - Satisfactory for recreational boating,
fishing and other similar uses except primary
water contact.  Such waters may be used for the
propagation of indigenous shellfish to be harvested
for depuration purposes, for a fish and wildlife
habitat, and for industrial cooling and process uses.

Class SD - Power generation, navigation, industrial
process waters or cooling waters, and for migration
of fish.

Class I - Shellfish Harvesting

Class II - Public or municipal water supply.

Class III - Water contact recreation.

Class IV - Propagation of fish, other aquatic
life and wildlife.

Class V - Agricultural water supply.

Class VI - Industrial water supply.

Class A - Public water supply.

Class B - Suitable for bathing and recreational
purposes including water contact sports.  Acceptable
for public water supply with appropriate treatment.
Suitable for agricultural, and certain industrial
cooling and process waters; excellent fish and
wildlife habitat; excellect aesthetic value.

Class C - Suitable for recreational boating;
habitat for wildlife and common and food and game
fishes indigenous to the region; certain industrial
cooling and process uses; under some conditions
acceptable for public water supply with appropriate
treatment.  Suitable for irrigation of crops
used for consumption after cooking.  Good aesthetic
value.

Class D - Suitable for aesthetic enjoyment, power,
navigation, and certain industrial and cooling and
process uses.

Coastal and Marine Waters

Class SA - Suitable for any high quality water use
including bathing and water contact g3orts.  Suitable
for approved shellfish areas.

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Michigan
Minnesota .
Mississippi
Class SB - Suitable for bathing and recreational
purposes including water contact sports; industrial
cooling; excellent fish habitat; good aesthetic
value; and suitable for certain shellfisheries
with depuration.

Class SC - Suitable for aesthetic enjoyment;
for recreational boating; habitat for wildlife
and common food and game fishes indigenous to the
region; industrial cooling and process uses.

Class Al - Water supply domestic.

Class A2 - Industrial.

Class Bl - Total body contact recreation.

Class B2 - Partial body contact recreation.

Class C - Fish, wildlife, and other aquatic
life.

Class D - Agricultural.

Class E - Commercial.

Class I - Domestic consumption

Class II - Fisheries and recreation to include
fishing, fish culture*bathing or other recreational
purposes.

Class III - Industrial consumption.

Class IV - Agricultural and wildlife.

Class V - Navigation and waste disposal.

Class VI - Other.

Class I - Public Water Supply

Class II - Shellfish harvesting areas.

Class III - Water contact recreation.

Class IV - Propagation of fish, aquatic life and
wildlife and fishing.

Class V - Agricultural and industrial water supplies.

Class VI - Navigation and utility use.
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Missouri                        Class I - Irrigation.

                                Class II - Livestock watering.

                                Class III - Propagation of commercial fish.

                                Class IV - Propagation of warm water sport fish.

                                Class V - Propagation of cold water sport fish.

                                Class VI - Wildlife watering.

                                Class VII - Industrial cooling water.

                                Class VIII - Industrial process water.

                                Class IX - Drinking water supply.

                                Class X -  Hydroelectric power.

                                Class XI - Boating and canoeing.

                                Class XII - Fishing.

                                Class XIII - Whole body contact recreation.

                                Class XIV - Aesthetic value.

                                Class XV  - Receive effluents.

                                Class XVI - Navigation.

                                Class XVII - Receive surface runoff.

Montana                         Class A-Closed - Water supply for drinking, culinary,
                                and food processing purposes, suitable for use after
                                simple disinfection.

                                Class A-Open-Bl - Water supply drinking, culinary,
                                in food processing purposes suitable for use after
                                simple disinfection, and removal of naturally
                                present impurities.   Water quality shall also be
                                maintained suitable for the use of these waters
                                for bathing,  swimming and recreation.

                                Class B-B1 -  Suitable for drinking, culinary  and
                                food processing purposes after adequate treatment
                                equal to coagulation, sedimentation, filtration,
                                disinfection,  and any additional treatment necessary
                                to remove naturally present impurities; bathing,
                                swimming,  and recreation; growth and propagation of

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                            salmonid fishes andaassociated aquatic life,
                            water fowl and furbears; agricultural and
                            industrial water supply.

                            Class B-B2 - The quality of these waters shall be
                            maintained suitable for the uses described for
                            B-B1 except that the fisheries use shall be described
                            as follows;  growth and marginal propagation of
                            salmonid fishes and associated aquatic life, water
                            fowl and furbearers.

                            Class B-B3 - Suitable for the uses described for
                            B-B1 waters except that the fisheries use shall
                            be described as follows; growth and propagation
                            of non salmonid fishes and associated aquatic life,
                            water fowl andfurbearers.

                            Class C-D2 - Suitable for bathing,swimming, and
                            recreation; growth and marginal propagation of
                            salmonid fishes and associated aquatic life, water
                            fowl and furbearers agricultural and industrial
                            water supply.

                            Class D2 - Growth and marginal propagation of
                            salmonid fishes and associated aquatic life, water
                            fowl and furbearers, agricultural and industrial
                            water supply.

                            Class E - Agricultural and industrial water supply
                            uses.

                            Class F - Suitable for industrial water supply uses,
                            other than food processing.

Nebraska                    1.  Potable water supply suitable for treatment
                            by coagulation, sedimentation, filtration and
                            chlorination to yield a finished water suitable
                            for human consumption.

                            2.  Full body contact sports.

                            3.  Partial body contact sports.

                            4.  Fish, wildlife, and other aquatic and semi-
                            aquatic life.

                            5.  Agricultural irrigation, livestock watering
                            and other agriculturally similar uses.

                            6.  Industrial uses.
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Nevada                       1.  Municipal water supply.

                             2.  Industrial water processing and cooling.

                             3.  Body contact recreation.

                             4. Fish and wildlife.

                             5.  Aesthetics.

                             6.  Waste water assimilation.

                             7.  Irrigation and stock watering.

                             8.  Power generation.

New Hampshire                Class A - Public Water Supply.

                             Class B - Bathing and other recreational purposes
                             and, after adequate treatment, for use as water
                             supplies.

                             Class C - Secondary contact recreation, fishing,
                             or for industrial water supply use.

                             Class D - Aesthetically acceptable, also suitable
                             for industrial purposes, power and generation.

New Jersey                   Fresh Water

                             Class FW1 - Natural aquatic environment.

                             Class FW2 - Public Water Supply.

                             Class FW3 - Recreation.

                             Class FW4 - Maintenance, migration and propagation
                             of natural and established biota.

                             Class FW5 - Industrial water supply.

                             Class FW6 - Agricultural water supply.

                             Class FW7 - Navigation.

                             Tidal Waters

                             Class TW1 - Shellfish harvesting.

                             Class TW2 - Public Water Supply.

                             Class TW3 - Recreation


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New Mexico
New York
Class TW4 - Maintenance, migration and propagation
of the natural and established biota.

Class TW5 - Fish passage and survival.

Class TW6 - Industrial water supply.

Class TW7 - Agricultural water supply.

Class TW8 - Navigation.

Coastal Waters

Class CW1 - Recreation.

Class CW2 - Maintenance,migration and propagation
of the natural and established biota.

1.  Recreation.
2.  Irrigation.
3.  Fish and wildlife propagation.
4.  Industrial water supply.
5.  Municipal water supply.
6.  Trout waters.

Class AA - Drinking, culinary or food processing
purposes.

Class A  - Same as above.

Class B  - Bathing and any other usages except
AA or A.

Class C  - Fishing and any other usages except AA,A,B.
North Carolina
Class D   - Agricultural or industrial cooling water.

Class SA  - Shellfishing.

Class SB  - Bathing.

Class SC  - Fishing.

Class SD  - Any uses except SA, SB and SC.

Class Al  - Source of water supply for drinking,
 culinary, or  food processing purposes or any other
usage requiring water  of  lower quality.

Class A2  - Source of water supply for drinking,
 culinary or fd processing purposes and any other
best usage requiring waters of lower quality.

Class B  - Bathing and  any other best usage except
the source of water supply for classes Al and 2.

Class C  - Fishing, boating, wading  and any other
usage except  classes A or B.

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North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Class D - Agriculture, industrial cooling and
process water supply, fish survival, navigation and
any other usage except classes A, B and C.

Tidal Salt Waters

Class SA - Shellfish for market purposes and any
other usage requiring waters of lower quality.

Class SB - Bathing and any other usage except class
SA.

Class SC - Fishing and any other usage except
classes SA and SB.

1.  Municipal.

2.  Industrial.

3.  Recreation.

4.  Agricultural.

5.  Waste treatment.

1.  Public water supply.

2.  Industrial water supply.

3.  Aquatic life.

4.  Recreation - primary contact.

5.  Agricultural use.

Class A - Public and private water supply.

Class B - Emergency public and private water
supplies.

Class C - Fish and wildlife propagation.

Class D - Agricultural.

Class E - Hydroelectric power.

Class F - Industrial and minicipal uses.

Class Fl - Cooling waters.

Class F2 - Receiving treated wastes.

Class G - Recreation (which may or may not include
body contact aquatic sports).

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                              Class H - Navigation.

                              Class I - Aesthetics.

                              Class J - Smallmouth bass fishery, excluding
                              lake waters.

                              Class K - Trout fishery for in put and take.

Oregon                        1.  Domestic water supply.

                              2.  Industrial water supply.

                              3.  Irrigation.

                              4.  Livestock watering.

                              5.  Anadromous fish passage.

                              6.  Salmonid fish rearing.

                              7.  Salmonid fish spawning.

                              8.  Resident fish and other aquatic life.

                              9.  Hunting and wildlife.

                              10. Fishing.

                              11. Water skiing and swimming.

                              12. Pleasure boating.

                              13. Aesthetic qualities.

                              14. Navigation.

Pennsylvania                  1.0 Aquatic Life

                                1.1 cold water fish.

                                1.2 warm water fish.

                                1.3 Migratory fish.

                              2.0 Water Supply

                                2.1 Domestic.

                                2.2 Industrial.

                                2.3 Livestock.

                                2.4 Wildlife.

                                2.5 Irrigation
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                              3.0 Recreation

                                3.1 Boating.

                                3.2 Fishing.

                                3.3 Water contact sports.

                                3.4 Natural area.

                              4.0 Other

                                4.1 Power.

                                4.2 Navigation.

                                4.3 Treated waste assimilation.

Rhode Island                  Fresh Water

                               Class A - Suitable for water supply and all
                               other water uses.

                               Class B - Suitable for bathing, other recreational
                               purposes, agricultural uses, industrial processes,
                               and cooling; excellent fish and wildlife habitat;
                               good aesthetic value;  acceptable for public water
                               supply with appropriate treatment.

                               Class C - Suitable for fish and wildlife habitat;
                               recreational boating,  and industrial processes
                               and cooling; under some conditions acceptable for
                               public water supply with appropriate treatment;
                               good aesthetic value.

                               Class D - Suitable for navigation, power, certain
                               industrial processes and cooling, and migration
                               of fish; good aesthetic value.


                              Sea Water

                               Class SA - Suitable for all sea water uses, including
                               shellfish harvesting for direct consumption, bathing,
                               and other water contact sports.

                               Class SB - Suitable for bathing, other recreational
                               purposes, industrial cooling and shellfish harvesting
                               for human consumption after depuration; excellect
                               fish and wildlife habitat; good aesthetic value.
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South Carolina
South Dakota
Class SC - Suitable fish, shellfish and wildlife
habitat; suitable for recreational boating, and
industrial cooling; good aesthetic value.

Class SD - Suitable for navigation, industrial
cooling and migration of fish; good aesthetic value.

Class A  -  Waters suitable for use as swimming waters.
Suitable also for other uses requiring waters of lesser
quality.

Class B  -  Suitable for domestic supply after
complete treatment in accordance with requirements
of the south Carolina state board of health. Suitable
also for propagation of fish, industrial and
agricultural uses and other uses requiring-water of
lesser quality.

Class C  -  Water suitable for fish survival,
industrial and agricultural uses and other uses
requiring water of lesser quality.

Tidal and Salt Water

Class SA - Water suitable for shellfishing, for
market purposes and any other usages.  Suitable
also for uses requiring water of lesser quality.

Class SB - Water suitable for bathing and any other
usages except shellfishing for market purposes.
Suitable also for uses requiring water of lesser
quality.

Class SC - Water suitable for crabbing, commercial
fishing and any other usages except bathing or other
shellfishing for market purposes.  Suitable also for
uses requiring water of lesser quality.

1.  Domestic water supply.

2.  Fish life propagation.

3.  Recreation -
    a. Primary contact.
    b. Secondary contact.

4.  Wildlife propagation and stock watering.

5.  Irrigation.

6.  Commerce and industry.

7.  Intermittent stream.
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Tennessee                     1.  Domestic raw water supply.

                              2.  Industrial water supply.

                              3.  Fish and aquatic life.

                              4.  Recreation.

                              5.  Irrigation.

                              6.  Livestock watering and wildlife.

                              7.  Navigation.

Texas                         1.  Contact recreation.

                              2.  Industrial supply.

                              3.  Non contact recreation.

                              4.  Propagation of fish and wildlife.

                              5.  Fishing.

                              6.  Aesthetics.

                              7.  Mining and recovery of minerals.

                              8.  Hydroelectric.

                              9.  Irrigation.

                              10. Industrial cooling water.

                              11. Domestic raw water supply.

Utah                          Class A - Shall be so protected against controllable
                              pollution, including heat, as to be suitable at
                              all times without treatment for domestic water
                              supplies, irrigation, stock-watering, fish and
                              wildlife propagation, recreation, as a source of
                              industrial supplies and for other uses as may be
                              determined by the boards.

                              Class B - Shall be so protected against controllable
                              pollution, including heat, as to be suitable at
                              all times for domestic water supplies which are
                              treated before use by disinfection only. Class B
                              waters shall be suitable without treatment for
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Vermont
irrigation, stock watering, fish and wildlife
propagation, recreation, as a. source of industrial
supplies, and for other uses as may be determined
by the boards.

Class C - Shall be suitable at all times for
domestic water supplies which are treated before
use by coagulation, sedimentation, filtration,
and disinfection.  Class C waters shall be suitable
without treatment for aesthetics, irrigation, stock
watering, propagation and perpetuation of fish,  other
aquatic, and wildlife, recreation (except swimming),
as a source for industrial supplies and for other
uses as may be determined by the boards.

Class D - Suitable for limited irrigation, not
including the irrigation of lawns, recreational  areas,
pastures used for dairy cattle, root crops, or any
low growing crops produced for human consumption.
Class D waters shall be suitable as a source for
industrial supplies and for other uses as may be
determined by the boards.

Class E - Uses shall be limited to those determined,
by the boards.

Class A - Suitable for public water supply with
disinfection when necessary.

Class B - Suitable for bathing and recreation,
irrigation and industrial uses; good fish habitat;
good aesthetic value, acceptable for public water
supply with filtration and disinfection.

Class C - Suitable for recreational boating, irrigation
of crops not used for consumption without cooking,
habitat for wildlife and for common food and game
fishes indigenous to the regions; and such industrial
uses are consistent with other Class C uses.

Class D - Suitable for supporting aerobic aquatic
life, for power, navigation and certain industrial
process needs consistent with other Class D uses
and for restricted zones of water to assimilate
appropriately treated wastes.
Virginia
Class I - Open Ocean  (Seaside of the land mass)

Class II- Estuarine (Tidal water-coastal zone to fall
line).
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Washington
Wisconsin
West Virginia
Class  III  - Free flowing  streams  (coastal  zone  and
piedmont zone  to the crest of  the mountains).

Class  IV -  Mountainous zone.

Class  V -  Put  and  take trout waters.

Class  VI - Natural trout  waters.

Subclasses

Class A -  Public or municipal water supply, secondary
contact recreation, propagation of fish and aquatic
life,  and other beneficial uses.

Class  B - Public or municipal water supply, primary
contact recreation, propagation of fish and other
aquatic life,  and  other beneficial uses.

Class M - Water Supply (domestic, industrial,
agricultural). Wildlife habitat, stock watering,
general recreation and aesthetic enjoyment (picnicing,
hiking. fi shiner, swimming, skiing and boating) .
general marine recreation and navigation, . fish
and shellfish reproduction, rearing and harvest.

Class A -  Water supply (domestic, industrial,
agricultural), wildlife habitat, stock watering,
general recreation and aesthetic enjoyment (picnicing,
hicking, fishing, swimming, skiing and boating),
commerce and navigation,  fish and shellfish
reproduction, rearing and harvest.

Class B -  General recreation and aesthetic enjoyment
(fishing,  swimming, skiing, and boating), fishery
and wildlife habitat, industrial and agricultural
water supply, stock watering, commerce and navigation,
shellfish reproduction and rearing, and Crustacea
harvest.

Class C -  Commerce and navigation, cooling water,
boating, fish passage.

1. Public water supply.

2.  Fish and other aquatic life.

3.  Recreation.
    a.   Whole body contact.
    b.   Partial body contact.

4.  Industrial and cooling water use.

Class A -  Water contact recreation.

Class Bl -  Public water supply.

Class B2 -  Industrial water supply.

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Wyoming
District of Columbia
Puerto Rico
Class B3 - Agricultural water supply.

Class C -  Propagation of fish and other aquatic
life.

Class D - Water transport, cooling and power.

1.  Municipal water supply.

2.  Fish and wildlife propagation.

3.  Agricultural.

4.  Industrial.

5.  Whole body contact recreation.

6.  Limited body contact recreation.

7.  Aesthetics.

8.  Waste assimilation.

1.  Recreational boating.

2.  Fish and wildlife propagation.

3.  Industrial water supply.

4.  Maintenance of fish life.

5.  Water contact recreation.

6.  Wading.

7.  Fish and wildlife propagation.

Class SA - Preservation of existing natural
phenomena.

Class SB - Coastal waters destined for or may
be destined for the growth and fishing of shellfish
for market purposes.

Class SC - Coastal bathing waters.

Class SD - Coastal waters destined for the propagation
of marine life.

Class SE - Industrial coastal waters.
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Guam                          Class A - Domestic water supply.

                              Class B - Industrial water supply.

                              Class C - Agricultural water supply.

                              Class D - Propagation of fish and other aquatic
                              life and wildlife.

                                Special Classes - Waters reserved for conservation
                                                  of native marine biota, shellfish
                                                  propagation, commercial and
                                                  sports fishing.

                              Class E - Aesthetic enjoyment.

                              Class F - Recreation.

                                Special Class - Primary water contact.

                              Class G - Navigation, including harbors, small
                              boat harbors, marinas and waters adjacent to
                              piers and docks.

Virgin Islands                Class A - Preservation of natural phenomena.

                              Class B - Propagation of marine life.

                              Class C - Water contact recreation.

                              Class D - Harbors and docking facilities.
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