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Main Title Priority Pollutants in the Cedar Creek Wastewater Reclamation - Recharge Facilities.
Author Brisbin, T. D. ; Ahn, S. H. ; Foster, R. I. ; Labunski, S. A. ; Oliva, J. A. ;
CORP Author Nassau County Dept. of Public Works, Wantaugh, NY. ;PRC Consoer Townsend, Inc., Chicago, IL.;Municipal Environmental Research Lab., Cincinnati, OH.
Year Published 1984
Report Number EPA-R-804654; EPA-600/2-84-061;
Stock Number PB84-159904
Additional Subjects Water reclamation ; Sewage treatment ; Ground water recharge ; Waste water reuse ; Grit ; Filtration ; Activated carbon treatment ; Chlorination ; Storage ; Phosphorus ; Ammonia ; Nitrogen ; Injection wells ; Observation wells ; Biochemical oxygen demand ; Pesticides ; New York ; Tertiary treatment ; Biological treatment ; Nassau County(New York)
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NTIS  PB84-159904 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 06/23/1988
Collation 92p
Abstract
The Cedar Creek Wastewater Reclamation Plant (CCWRP) located in Nassau County, NY is a 0.24 cu m/s (5.5 mgd) advanced wastewater treatment (AWT) plant designed to produce a high quality effluent suitable for groundwater recharge. The CCWRP was constructed as a demonstration project under a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) grant by additions and modifications to the main 1.96 cu m/s (45 mgd) Cedar Creek Water Pollution Control Plant (CCWPCP). Operation of the CCWRP began in April 1980 and groundwater recharge operations began in October 1982. This research project was initiated with the overall objective of providing preliminary data on the presence of priority pollutants in the Cedar Creek Wastewater Reclamation - Recharge Facilities. The results indicate that 72 priority pollutants were identified in the influent and that significant removals (99%) of some individual compounds were achieved by the plant processes.