WASHINGTON STATE PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION Dosewallips State Park Puget Sound Initiative Sewage Treatment Facility A WASHINGTON STATE PARKS CAPE DISAPPOINTMENT BOAT LAUNCH PARKING LOT number 06-1665D, September 2006 INFORMATIONAL MEETING AGENDA • Sign-in • Welcome & introductions • Project presentation • Questions • Adjourn Puget Sound Initiative Intersects State Parks Why are we building this treatment facility? • State Parks is doing its part to protect Hood Canal as part of the Governor’s Puget Sound Initiative The Problem • 11 aged septic tanks are in a flood plain As a result, Hood Canal water may be negatively impacted The Solution • TheParking new wastewater treatment process improves lot A groundwater quality Why is nitrogen removal so important? • Nitrogen is the main pollutant that causes low dissolved oxygen levels in Hood Canal • Septic tanks do not remove nitrogen • Excess nitrogen causes algal blooms • As the algae decays, it uses up dissolved oxygen in water • Fish and other aquatic life need oxygen to survive Parking lot A parking lot A 6 Installation of Grinder Pumps Parking lot A How it Works • Physical Barrier Provides for Complete Disinfection How it Works • Flat Sheet or Screen Technology (Ovivo) Why We Use It • High Quality Effluent - Water Reuse • • • Groundwater Recharge Irrigation Fire Suppression • Smaller Footprint • Great for Removal of Nutrients • • BOD Nitrates Washington State Park MBR Sites and other MBR Installations Ft. Flagler State Park Fort Flagler Wastewater Sources Lower Campground Historic District Upper Campground MBR Location RV Dump Station MBR Construction • Photo MBR Construction • Photo MBR Construction • Photo 2nd MBR drawing. Building? State Parks has taken proactive steps to address noise & water quality Environmental Noise Impact Study • An independent firm was hired to evaluate the daytime and night average sound levels of the Green Hill Property, and the current ambient noise levels at the adjacent residential properties. • Once the plant is in operation, a second evaluation will be conducted to confirm that the new sewage facility is not a disturbance and is within the character of the existing sound levels. State Parks has taken proactive steps to address water quality & noise Monitoring Wells • Three monitoring wells have been have been installed at the Green Hill Property. • The wells were sampled on a quarterly basis for 1 year. • The Intent was to establish existing water quality characteristics. Water Sampling • Four residential water wells were also sampled on a quarterly basis for 1 year. • State Parks intends to re-sample these wells in the future. Helms Property Groundwater Water Quality Sampling • Quarterly Sampling from Four Monitoring Wells and Four Private Wells (June 2011 – June 2012) • Ecology Safe Drinking Water Standards Parameter Units Minimum Sampling Frequency Quarterly(1) Temperature Dissolved Oxygen pH Conductivity Nitrate NO3 (as N) Nitrite NO2 (as N) TKN (as N) Total Dissolved Solids Total Coliform Bacteria Feet above sea level C mg/L Standard Units umhos/cm mg/L mg/L mg/L mg/L cfu/100 ml Total Organic Carbon mg/l Chloride mg/L Iron (Total) mg/l Cations/Anions: Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, Sodium, Bicarbonate, Carbonate, Fluoride, Sulfate, Manganese Static well water elevation Sample Type Measurement Quarterly(1) Quarterly(1) Quarterly(1) Quarterly(1) Quarterly(1) Quarterly(1) Quarterly(1) Quarterly(1) Quarterly(1) Quarterly(1) Measurement Grab Measurement Grab Grab Grab Grab Grab Grab Grab Grab mg/L Quarterly(1) Quarterly(1) Yearly(2) Total Metals: Arsenic, Cadmium, Chromium, Copper, Lead, Mercury, Nickel, Silver, Zinc(3) g/L Yearly(2) Grab Total Trihalomethanes (TTHM) mg/L Quarterly(1) Grab Parking lot A Grab Grab Groundwater Water Quality Sampling Continued… • Groundwater Samples from Monitoring Wells and Private Property Wells met Ecology Drinking Water Standards • Helms Property Well • Pharmaceutical and Personal Care Products (PPCP) Analysis Antibiotics Compounds Antibacterial Compounds Steroids Hormones 39 Items Sampled Non-Detect on all Samples (µg/L, ng/L Levels) Parking lot A What’s Next? • The MBR was ordered on April 2, 2014. • Bids for the construction of the sewage facility are due on May 20, 2014. • Construction at the Green Hill Property will begin in mid to late June. • Construction within Dosewallips State Park will begin on September 15. • The sewage facility will be operational by early 2015. Questions? For further information contact Brian Yearout, Project Manager (360) 725-9763 [email protected] Thank you for attending For further information about Growth Management Act (GMA) or Local Improvement District (LID) please contact: David Wayne Johnson Associate Planner - Port Ludlow Lead Planner Department of Community Development Jefferson County 360.379.4465 [email protected] PPCP Literature • World Health Organization, “Pharmaceuticals in Drinking-Water”, WHO/HSE/WSH/11.05 • Washington State Dept. of Ecology, “Pharmaceuticals, Personal Care Products, Hormones, and Sterols Detected in Process Water and Groundwater at Three Reclaimed Water Treatment Plants”, October 2012, Publication No. 12-03-032 • Barnstable County Dept. of Health and Environment (Massachusetts), “White Paper – Contaminants of Emerging Concern from Onsite Septic Systems”, April 2012 • NESC Pipeline Publication, “Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products: An Overview”, Winter 2007, Volume 18, No. 1.
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