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Bremerton Wastewater Treatment Plant Class II Inspection.

Publication number Date Published
88-e33August 1988
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Author(s) Reif, D.
Description A Class II inspection was conducted at the Bremerton Wastewater Treatment Plant on January 25-27, 1988. The plant had very good effluent quality and did not violate any NPDES permit parameters. Several bioassays indicated a slight amount of effluent toxicity. Laboratory split samples correlated very well; several recommendations were made to conform to Standard Methods. Installation of an access point for a portable influent compositor and recalibration of the effluent flowmeter was also recommended. Sediment and effluent bioassays, and related chemical analyses, are discussed.
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Keywords wastewater treatment plant, Inspection, methods, wastewater, treatment, sediment, toxic, waste, laboratory
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 15 Kitsap