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Aluminum Company of America (ALCOA) Class II Inspection, January 1990

Publication number Date Published
90-e72December 1990
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Author(s) Zinner, L.
Description Ecology conducted a Class II Inspection at the Aluminum Company of America (ALCOA) operations near Vancouver, Washington, on January 28-31, 1990. All industrial effluent loadings were less than the daily maximum permit limits, except oil and grease and benzo(a)pyrene. Effluent biochemical oxygen demand and total suspended solids concentrations were less than the sanitary effluent permit limits. Residual chlorine was greater than the permit limit in one grab sample.
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Keywords total suspended solids, chemical oxygen demand, toxicity, chemical, sediment, outfall, laboratory, effluent, aluminum
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