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Bellingham Frozen Foods Wastewater Treatment Facility Class II Inspection, October 4, 1993

Publication number Date Published
94-101June 1994
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Author(s) Stasch, P.
Description A Class II Inspection was conducted at the Bellingham Frozen Foods (BFF) Wastewater Treatment Facility located in Whatcom County, Washington. The facility consists of an aerated storage lagoon and spray fields for the land application of the wastewater. The facility's State Waste Discharge Permit does not specify concentration or loading limits on the wastewater discharge at this time. The inspection produced independent monitoring data. Only gross estimates of treatment efficiencies were possible. Concentrations of organophosphate and carbamate pesticides were detected. The permit does not require monitoring for these pesticides.
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Keywords wastewater treatment plant, Whatcom, county, Inspection, wastewater, pesticides, facility, treatment, permit, waste, State Waste Discharge Permit, discharge
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