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Brewster Wastewater Treatment Plant Class II Inspection

Publication number Date Published
90-e65October 1990
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Author(s) Reif, D.
Description Ecology's Compliance Monitoring Section conducted a Class II Inspection at the Town of Brewster's wastewater treatment plant (WTP) on March 6-7, 1990. The oxidation ditch plant was performing well and all permit conditions were met during the inspection. Very few priority pollutants were detected in the effluent. No toxicity was found in three effluent bioassays. Suggestions were made concerning influent sampler location and sampling frequency, repair of the effluent flowmeter, lab procedures, and sludge disposal considerations.
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Keywords priority pollutant, wastewater treatment plant, bioassay, toxicity, flow, monitoring, effluent
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Areas