City of Bellingham water and wastewater treatment plants

a summer internship by Anna Gustafson

Publisher: Huxley College of Environmental Studies, Western Washington University in Bellingham, WA

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Statementby Anna Gustafson.
SeriesInternship report, Internship report (Huxley College of Environmental Studies)
The Physical Object
Pagination8 leaves ;
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Public Works is responsible for installing, inspecting, cleaning and repairing approximately miles of wastewater mains inside and outside the city limits of Bellingham. The wastewater collection system also includes manholes and clean-outs that are routinely inspected and maintained to ensure adequate access to the wastewater mains for routine and emergency cleaning.

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BELLINGHAM Wastewater from a broken pipe that flooded the city’s sewage treatment plant waist deep has been pumped out, and discharges are not polluting Bellingham Bay, a city official said. Learn t how our City’s waste water is cleaned and treated at the Post Point Resource Recovery Plant.

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BCS staff sample the wastewater behind each of the fine mesh side hill screens (outfalls #, ) and from the sump at outfall # The Water Reclamation Facility (WRF) is responsible for protecting the Environment by ensuring that wastewater is properly collected from 4, residential and commercial customers and treated prior to discharge to the Stillaguamish River or the City of Arlington Constructed Wetland.

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The City first provided primary wastewater treatment indischarging effluent into a shallow party of Bellingham Bay, from a treatment plant located near the mouth of Whatcom Creek. InBellingham replaced the Whatcom Creek treatment plant with the Post Point Wastewater Treatment Plant.

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IMCO General Construction, of Bellingham, WA, is giving the city-owned wastewater plant a major upgrade to supply the critically needed cooling water for the cogen plant. His expertise is in city infrastructure replacement, including design and construction management of water and sewer mains, sanitary sewers, pump stations, and water/wastewater treatment plants.

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The responsibility for the Wastewater Treatment Plant ("Post Point Treatment Plant"); and WHEREAS, the City. Inthe City of Bellingham, Whatcom County, and the Lake Whatcom Water and Sewer District, as well as WSU Extension and the Sudden Valley Community Association, continued to jointly implement programs and activities with the goal of improving Lake Whatcom water.

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The new system, housed next to the existing water treatment plant (WTP), will pre-treat water. Bellingham City crews are working to clean up flooding at the Post Point Wastewater Treatment Plant after a pipe broke early Saturday, according to the Public Works Department.

City of Bellingham Water Division EWG's drinking water quality report shows results of tests conducted by the water utility and provided to the Environmental Working Group by the Washington State.

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