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Pullman Stormwater Pilot Study for Pesticides, PCBs, and Fecal Coliform Bacteria, 2005-2006

 
Publication number Date Published
06-03-034October 2006
VIEW NOW Pullman Stormwater Pilot Study for Pesticides, PCBs, and Fecal Coliform Bacteria, 2005-2006 (Number of pages: 66) (Publication Size: 1660KB)




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Author(s) Lubliner, B., J. Ross, and J. Ryf
Description A pilot study was undertaken to determine the concentrations of chlorinated pesticides, PCBs, and fecal coliform bacteria in stormwater from three storm drain outfalls in Pullman. The outfalls were sampled using grab samples during three winter storm events from December 2005 to April 2006.

PCBs, fecal coliform bacteria, and 4,4’-DDE were detected in all stormwater samples from Pullman storm drain outfalls. Dieldrin and heptachlor epoxide were detected in all but one stormwater sample. Many of the toxic compound detections were near the reporting limits. These detections and estimated loads will be considered in the upcoming TMDL (water cleanup plan) study.
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Keywords dieldrin, municipal, national pollutant discharge elimination system, pollutant, 303(d), river, water, toxic, quality, Total Maximum Daily Load, stormwater, pesticide, discharge, fecal coliform, bacteria
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 34 Palouse
DATA Environmental Information Management (EIM) #BRWA0001

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