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Main Title Final environmental impact statement, Jackson wastewater treatment system, town of Jackson, Wyoming /
Author Cryer, Ed ; Wilson., Weston W.
CORP Author Montgomery (James M.), Inc., Boise, ID.;Environmental Protection Agency, Denver, CO. Region VIII.
Publisher U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region VIII,
Year Published 1979
Report Number EPA 908-5-79-001A-B; EPA/908/5-79/001B
Stock Number PB-295 501
OCLC Number 51737476
Subjects Sewage disposal plants--Wyoming--Jackson ; Sewage disposal plants--Environmental aspects--Wyoming--Jackson
Additional Subjects Environmental impact statements-final ; Sewage treatment ; Water quality ; Sewage disposal ; Runoff ; Aeration ; Snake River ; Regional planning ; Flat Creek ; Wyoming ; Sewage treatment plants ; Jackson(Wyoming) ; Teton County(Wyoming) ; Aeration ponds ; Wild rivers ; Scenic rivers
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Collation 2 volumes : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm
This is a summary of the final environmental impact statement (EIS) for proposed construction of additional wastewater treatment facilities at Jackson Hole, within Teton County, Wyoming. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Region VIII, Denver, under the authority of Section 201 of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act Amendments of 1972, is authorized to grant 75 percent matching funds for construction costs of designated wastewater treatment facilities. Sewage discharges as a result of area growth and development together with non-point source runoff have degraded the water quality of Flat Creek. Therefore, additional sewage treatment facilities are needed to meet water quality goals. The recommended action is to construct aerated lagoons followed by rapid infiltration basins 4 miles downstream of the existing plant. The new facility will enhance development in the undeveloped South Park area. Ground water monitoring will be required.
EPA 908-5-79-001A-B "February 12, 1979."
Contents Notes
[pt. A]. Summary -- [pt. B]. Final environmental impact statement.