Center For Regulatory Reasonableness

The Center for Regulatory Reasonableness is a multi-sector coalition of municipal and industrial entities from across the United States.  The Center was created to address the full range of Clean Water Act compliance, permitting and regulatory issues facing these entities. The Center is dedicated to ensuring that regulatory requirements applicable to such entities are based on sound scientific information, allow for flexible implementation, only require attainable, cost-effective compliance options and that rule changes are only implemented after full consideration of public comments regarding the need for and efficacy of such requirements.

About CRR

The Center for Regulatory Reasonableness (CRR) is a coalition of municipalities and industrial entities working to ensure proper application of the Clean Water Act based on up-to-date and sound scientific analyses.  CRR connects nationally-recognized experts with multi-sector clients to resolve complex regulatory and technical matters.  


See Initiatives.  


CRR is in the process of assembling the inaugural Center for Regulatory Reasonableness Board.  We invite candidates in the following or related fields to apply: stormwater, wastewater, engineering, and municipal interests.  See Contact/Join CRR.


You can contact CRR at or by calling 202-600-7071.  If you would like to send the Center a message through the website you can do so here.


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