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Quality Assurance Project Plan: PFAS Concentrations in Influent, Effluent, and Solids from Three Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plants in Washington State
Quality Assurance Project Plan: PFAS Concentrations in Influent, Effluent, and Solids from Three Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plants in Washington State (Number of pages: 42) (Publication Size: 1388KB)
|Water Quality Program
|This study will evaluate concentrations of PFAS from three municipal wastewater treatment plants (WWTP) that receive industrial discharges likely to contain PFAS to study PFAS removal, transformation, and solids partitioning. This approach will help inform Ecology’s understanding of treatment efficiencies and assist Ecology to determine if PFAS monitoring requirements are needed for industrial or municipal wastewater discharges.
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|PFAS, pharmaceuticals, wastewater treatment plant, wastewater, pollutant, water quality, wastewater treatment, pharmaceutical, pharmaceutical waste, pollution
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