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Pendleton Woolen Mills Class II Inspection, April 1993

Publication number Date Published
94-162October 1994
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Author(s) Heffner, M.
Description A Class II Inspection was conducted at the Pendleton Woolen Mills Washougal Facility (Pendleton) on April 19-21, 1993. The facility treats process wastewater using an activated sludge process and discharges treated effluent to the Columbia River. Waste activated sludge is spray irrigated on site. Inspection results were within the daily maximum NPDES permit limits and were also less than the daily average limits.
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Keywords priority pollutant, bioassay, Inspection, guidelines, toxicity, metals, facility, Columbia River, river, water, water quality, sediment, toxic, waste, zinc, outfall, mercury, NPDES, lead, effluent, copper
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area CR Columbia River