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Washington Waste Hauling and Recycling Sampling Data Summary

Publication number Date Published
96-309March 1996
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Author(s) Sargeant, D.
Description This report describes results from the January 15, 1996, sampling of Washington Waste Hauling and Recycling. The purpose of the monitoring was to determine fourth quarter levels of fecal coliform, turbidity, and total suspended solids. The results show turbidity
levels increased by an order of magnitude between the inlet and outlet of both the north and south ponds. Total suspended solids levels for the north and south pond outlets were 137 and 86 mg/L respectively. Fecal coliform levels at the south pond outlet did not meet water quality standards.
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Keywords total suspended solids, sampling, order, water, water quality, waste, recycling, fecal coliform
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 09 Duwamish-Green