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Longview Fibre Company Class II Inspection November 2-3, 1993

Publication number Date Published
94-160November 1993
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Author(s) Stasch, P.
Description A Class II Inspection was conducted in November 1993 at the Longview Fibre Company, Pulp and Paper Mill. The facility discharges combined industrial and sanitary wastewater to the Columbia River. The inspection data found Longview Fibre discharging a good quality effluent for the conventional parameters analyzed. Effluent concentrations were within the NPDES permit limitations. Effluent priority pollutant concentrations for mercury, copper and lead were at or near the chronic State/USEPA Water Quality Criteria. Bioassay testing documented limited toxicity to two of the test organisms.
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Keywords priority pollutant, pulp, bioassay, Inspection, toxicity, Columbia River, river, water, water quality, quality, waste, mercury, NPDES, lead, dust, effluent, copper
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area CR Columbia River