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Crystal Creek Multi-parameter Total Maximum Daily Load

Publication number Date Published Date Revised
93-10-212February 1993February 2018
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Author(s) Creech, Jane
Description Studies determined that pollutants, like fecal coliform bacteria, chlorine, and nutrients, were entering Crystal Creek from several sources, including leaking sewer lines in Roslyn, wastewater from a sewage treatment lagoons, and drainage from a nearby mine. This total maximum daily load (TMDL) set wasteload allocations for the town of Roslyn's wastewater treatment plant.
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Keywords ammona-nitrogen, chlorine, BOD, Total Maximum Daily Load, fecal coliform

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