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More of Washington’s Wastewater Treatment Plants Achieve Perfection

Publication number Date Published
07-10-080September 2007
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Author(s) Poppy Carre
Description In 2006, Washington State Department of Ecology (Ecology) recognized 56 of the state's 321 wastewater treatment plants–about one fifth of them–for “perfect performances” to keep Washington's waters clean. The vast majority of wastewater treatment plants is in substantial compliance with their permits and does an excellent job. However, these 56 facilities deserve special recognition for achieving perfection.
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Keywords award, wastewater treatment plant, water quality story
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