Current and future environmental and hydrology issues will continue to significantly affect amusement facilities throughout the United States, especially those with water attractions. Federal, state, and especially local agencies implement environmental regulations, policies, and fees, causing the development and operation of amusement parks to be more costly and burdensome. The wastewater, stormwater, and water factors affecting recreational parks, and especially water leisure facilities, seem to grow more demanding every year. Such environmental and hydrology issues can include: