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Seneca Foods, Wastewater Treatment Plant Class II Inspection

Publication number Date Published
91-e21November 1991
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Author(s) Hallinan, P., T. Nell, and B. Raforth
Description A Class II Inspection was conducted at the Port of Benton wastewater treatment plant in Prosser, Washington on May 1 2, 1990. The wastewater generated at the plant was treated by a system consisting of settling lagoons, an aerated lagoon, and land application of the effluent on three sprayfields. This discharge is regulated under a state waste discharge permit. Non contact cooling water discharges separately into the Yakima River and is regulated under a NPDES permit.
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Keywords stream, total suspended solids, wastewater treatment plant, toxicity, metals, wells, river, water, zinc, SEPA, nitrate, NPDES, lead, ground water, effluent, bacteria
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 37 Lower Yakima