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Ground Water Monitoring Guidance for Solid Waste Facilities

Publication number Date Published
90-004March 1990
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Author(s) Fuchs, Mark
Description This document provides an understanding of the ground water monitoring requirements (WAC 173-304-490) as stated in the Minimum Functional Standards for Solid Waste Handling (MFS). The document is intended to be utilized by state inspectors, hydrogeologists and engineers and by local health departments, public works departments and their consultants in reviewing ground water monitoring systems, proposals, and monitoring results. It is also intended to be a reference manual for other hydrogeologists and engineers who are not cognizant of or familiar with the requirements for ground water monitoring at solid waste landfills in the State of Washington.
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Keywords solid waste facilities, guidance, soil, facilities, evaluation, water, monitoring, standards, waste, solid waste, ground water monitoring, ground water