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PUBLIC LAW 102-575—OCT. 30, 1992 106 STAT. 4617 (2) reduce the probability and duration of periods necessitating extraordinary curtailment of water use; (3) achieve beneficial reductions in water use and system costs; (4) prevent or eliminate unnecessary depletion of waters in order to assist in the improvement and maintenance of water quantity, quality, and streamflow conditions necessary to augment water supplies and support fish, wildlife, recreation, and other public benefits; (5) make prudent and efficient use of currently available water prior to any importation of Bear River water into Salt Lake Cfounty, Utan; and (6) provide a systematic approach to the accomplishment of these purposes and an objective basis for measuring their achievement. (b) WATER MANAGEMENT IMPROVEMENT PLAN.— The District, after consultetion with the State and with each petitioner of project water, shall prepare and maintein a water management improvement plan. The first plan shall be submitted to the Secretary by January 1, 1995. Every three years thereafter the District shall prepare and submit a supplement to this plan. The Secretary shall either approve or disapprove such plan or supplement thereto within six months of its submission. (1) ELEMENTS.— The plan shall include the following elements: (A) A wator conservation goal, consisting of the greater of the following two amounts for each petitioner of project water: (i) 25 percent of each petitioner's projected increase in annual water deliveries between the years 1990 and 2000, or such later ten-year period as the District may find useful for planning purposes; or (ii) the amount by which unaccounted for water or, in the case of irrigation entities, transport losses, exceeds 10 percent of recorded annual water deliveries. The minimum goal for the District shall be thirty thousand acre-feet per year. In the event that the pipeline conveyance system described in section 202(a)(l)(A) is not constructed due to expiration of the authorization pursuant to section 202(a)(l)(B), the minimum goal for the District shall be reduced by five thousand acre-feet per year. In the event that the Wasateh County Water Efncienpy Project authorized in section 202(a)(3)(B) is not constructed due to expiration of the authorization pursuant to section 202(a)(3)(D), the minimum goal for the District shall be reduced by five thousand a<;re-feet per year. In the event the water supply which would have been supplied by the pipeline conveyance svstem described in section 202(a)(l)(A) is made available and delivered to municipal and industrial or agricultural petitioners in Salt Lake, Utah or Juab counties subsequent to the expiration of the authorization pursuant to section 202(a)(l)(B), the minimum goal for the District shall increase five thousand acre-feet per year. In no event shall the minimum goal for the District be less than twenty thousand acre-feet per year. (B) A water management improvement inventory, containing—