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Survey of Metals and Organics in the Skagit River Below the Burlington Wastewater Treatment Plant.

 
Publication number Date Published
90-e08March 1990
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Author(s) Carey, B. and L. Singleton
Description An abbreviated monitoring survey was conducted in March 1989 on the Skagit River and at the Burlington wastewater treatment plant to evaluate the potential effects of plant effluent on the drinking water supply for the city of Anacortes. Due to excellent receiving water dilution, no primary or secondary drinking water parameters exceeded standards for human health protection in the river below the treatment plant.
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Keywords WWTP, organics, wastewater treatment plant, drinking water, Skagit River, metals, Skagit, river
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 03 Lower Skagit-Samish