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Okanogan Wastewater Treatment Plant Class II Inspection, October 18-19, 1988

Publication number Date Published
90-e66January 1990
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Author(s) Reif, D.
Description A Class II Inspection was conducted at the Okanogan Wastewater Treatment Plant on October 18-19, 1988. The plant was experiencing very good effluent quality but exceeded allowable limits for fecal coliforms. Very few priority pollutants were found in the effluent. Bioassays indicated very little effluent toxicity. A few elevated compounds were detected in Okanogan's sludge. Recommendations were made concerning influent sampler repositioning, chlorination control, and further checks on lab procedures.
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Keywords recommendations, priority pollutant, wastewater treatment plant, bioassay, toxicity, effluent, fecal coliform
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Areas
(WRIA 03,WRIA 49)