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Revised -- Upper Chehalis River Basin Dissolved Oxygen Total Maximum Daily Load Submittal Report

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00-10-018March 2000
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Author(s) Jennings, K.; Pickett, P.
Description The Upper Chehalis River Basin Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) for oxygen demanding substances was developed by the Washington State Department of Ecology (Ecology) and approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on October 21, 1996. The report provided here revises the October 1996 version. It includes revisions agreed to in a settlement of legal action initiated by the city of Centralia, the city of Chehalis, and WestFarm Foods (formerly Darigold Inc.). The current version was approved by the US EPA in February 2000.
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Keywords highway, flow, basin, river, water, waste, Total Maximum Daily Load, dissolved oxygen

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