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Loon Lake Sewer District 4 Treatment Plant Class II Inspection

Publication number Date Published
95-341August 1995
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Author(s) Hoyle-Dodson, G.
Description A Class II Inspection was conducted August 23-25, 1994 at the City of Loon Lake Wastewater Treatment facility in Spokane County, Washington. The Loon Lake facility operates an aerated lagoon connected in series with two large unaerated detention/polishing lagoons. Effluent is discharged to a sprayfield which is under cultivation. Increases in BOD5 and total solids occurred across the aeration lagoon and these were attributed to algae growth. In contrast, nitrification across the aeration lagoon was pronounced.
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Keywords sodium, Spokane County, biological, county, Inspection, metals, wastewater, flow, treatment, permit, temperature, water, waste, pH, lake, discharge, ground water, effluent, algae
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 59 Colville