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DEQ PUBLIC NOTICE Request for Public comment on a proposed modification to Oklahoma's water quality management plan for OG&E Redbud Power Plant. Public Comment Period begins : September 15, 2017 Public Comment Period Ends: October 30, 2017 OG&E Redbud Power Plant discharges cooling tower blowdown wastewater to the City of Oklahoma WWT system. Discharging to the City has become a financial burden to maintain. Therefore, OG&E has formally requested to discharge a design flow of 2.278 MGD to the Canadian River, Deep Fork. Discharges of cooling water from an electric generating facility are not generally considered to have a significant oxygen demand, but effluent from the Redbud facility is expected to exert an oxygen demand in the river because the source water for the facility is treated wastewater from the oxygen demand in the river because the source water for the facility is treated wastewater from the OKC North Canadian Wastewater Treatment Plant. The primary concern of DEQ is a potential lowering of dissolved oxygen (DO) in the river as a result of the discharge. The Canadian River Deep Fork is listed in the Oklahoma Water Quality Standards as having the following beneficial uses: *Fish and Wildlife Propagation *Recreation *Public and Private Water Supply *Asethetics *Fish Consumption *Agriculture The following changes to the Oklahoma Water Quality Management Plan are recommended. OG&E average daily design effluent flow 2.278 MGD Year round: 9.0 mg/lCBOD.5, 0.75 mg/L NH 3-N, 2.4 mg/L TKN; and 44.1 mg/I TOC
Comment period will be open for 45 days. If you have any concerns regarding these proposed limits, please submit your comments I writing by October 30, 2017 to
Soojung Lim Water Quality Division Oklahoma DEQ P.O. Box 1677; OKC, OK 73101-1677 405-702-8197
You may also request a public meeting in writing. If there is significant degree of public interest, DEQ will schedule a public meeting. After evaluating comments received and making any necessary changes, the WLA will be submitted to U.S. Envionmental Protection Agency (EPA) for final approval.
Further Information can be obtained at City Hall 64 Memorial Drive, Eufaula, Ok 74432
There are several openings for positions with the City of Eufaula. Can apply in person, send faxed application, or e-mail. Following positions are open:
Water Plant Operator-full time Public Works Director
Any questions, please call 918-689-2534 ask for Patty Daniel
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