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Main Title Engineering Feasibility Demonstration Study for Muskegon County, Michigan. Wastewater Treatment-Irrigation System.
CORP Author Muskegon County Board, Mich. Dept. of Public Works.
Year Published 1970
Report Number FWQA-11010-FMY; 04186,; 11010-FMY-10/70
Stock Number PB-197 447
Additional Subjects ( Sewage treatment ; Lagoons(Ponds)) ; ( Industrial waste treatment ; Lagoons(Ponds)) ; ( Irrigation ; Water reclamation) ; Michigan ; Subsurface drainage ; Trace elements ; Water quality ; Water resources ; Tile drains ; Agricultural engineering ; Muskegon County(Michigan)
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NTIS  PB-197 447 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
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Abstract
The feasibility of a lagoon treatment-spray irrigation system for the combined domestic wastes and industrial wastewaters in Muskegon County, Michigan, was investigated in this study. The largest volume of industrial wastewaters are those discharged by a pulp and paper mill. Various aspects of the project were investigated including: (1) sampling and analyses of wastewaters for a variety of parameters, (2) a review of available information concerning the effect of trace elements on soils and crops, (3) laboratory tests of the treatability of the combined wastewaters by lagoon treatment, (4) development of a simulation model to assist in analyzing the volume and water quality aspects of a treated wastewater storage lagoon, (5) soils and groundwater field and office studies regarding the management of groundwater levels to ensure an adequate aerobic treatment zone in the soil as well as to prevent ponding in the site area, and (6) investigations of certain agricultural aspects in using treated wastewaters as spray irrigation water. (Author)