The Ohio River is already the most polluted inland waterway in the United States. If the Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission (ORSANCO) is allowed to abdicate its responsibilities to provide water quality protections – public health, recreation, tourism, and the region’s long-term economic viability will be put at risk. It is of vital importance not only for the five million people who depend on the Ohio River for their drinking water but for the entire region’s attraction as a desirable place to live and raise families that the FreshWater Accountability Project demands that ORSANCO does its job to protect the Ohio River from polluters who would exploit the region for their personal profit at the region’s public expense.