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Phosphorous Management Plan

PMP
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Facility Name: Big Falls WWTP


Permit Number: MNG580135
Telephone Number: 218-276-3300
Preparer: Terry Baird
Date: 2/2/2015

Step 1: Facility Description and Flow Schematic

1. Pond Acres
Primary 1 4.8
Primary 2
Primary 3
Secondary 1 2
Secondary 2

2. Average Wet Weather Flow .043(MGD)


3. BOD Design Capacity (mg/L) 272
4. TSS Design Capacity (mg/L) 490

PMP Shall be submitted to:


Attn: WQ Submittals Center
MPCA
520 Lafayette Road North
St. Paul, Minnesota 55155-4194

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Step 2: WWTF's Influent and Effluent Phosphorous Concentrations
Table 1B Pond System
WWTF Calendar Month Average Influent and Effluent Data for Years 2012-2014
Year: 2012 Year: 2013
Influent Effluent Influent Effluent
Flow Conc. Mass Flow Conc. Mass Flow Conc. Mass Flow Conc. Mass
(MGD) (mg/L) (kg/day) (MG) (mg/L) (kg/mo) (MGD) (mg/L) (kg/day) (MG) (mg/L) (kg/mo)
Jan 0.013 0.000 0.012 0.000
Feb 0.012 0.000 0.014 0.000
Mar 0.018 9.21 0.627 0.000 0.012 9.97 0.452 0.000
Apr 0.029 0.000 0.022 0.000
May 0.024 0.000 0.049 0.000
Jun 0.02 9.64 0.729 2.280 1 8.618 0.03 4.28 0.485 2.280 0.64 5.516
Jul 0.019 0.000 0.019 0.000
Aug 0.021 0.000 0.014 0.000
Sep 0.014 7.04 0.373 0.000 0.015 4.04 0.229 0.000
Oct 0.014 2.280 0.44 3.792 0.019 0.13 0.000
Nov 0.016 0.000 0.016 2.280 0.12 1.034
Dec 0.013 6.69 0.329 0.000 0.015 7.26 0.412 0.000
Annual 0.018 8.145 0.514 0.012 0.720 0.020 6.388 0.395 0.012 0.297
Average

Annual 6.479 187.68 4.56 12.410 7.209 144.02 4.56 6.550


Total
Year: 2014
Influent Effluent
Flow Conc. Mass Flow Conc. Mass
(MGD) (mg/L) (kg/day) (MG) (mg/L) (kg/mo)
Jan 0.013 0.000
Feb 0.014 0.000
Mar 0.013 7.9 0.388 0.000
Apr 0.039 0.000
May 0.056 0.43 0.000
Jun 0.086 1.6 0.520 4.560 0.57 9.825
Jul 0.019 0.000
Aug 0.024 0.000
Sep 0.024 5.41 0.491 2.280 0.19 1.637
Oct 0.015 0.16 0.000
Nov 0.014 2.280 0.15 1.293
Dec 0.014 4.51 0.239 0.000
Annual 0.028 4.855 0.409 0.025 0.300
Average

Annual 10.068 149 9.12 12.755


Total

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Summary Data Tables:
Summary Data 2012
Annual Influent Flow 6.479 MG/Year Annual Average Flow MGD x 365
Annual Effluent Flow 4.560 MG/Year Sum of Monthly Effluent Flow Values
Annual Influent TP Load 187.68 KG/Year Total Annual flow x Annual Average Influent TP (mg/L) x 3.78
Annual Effluent TP Load 12.410 KG/Year Total Annual flow x Annual Average Effluent TP (mg/L) x 3.78
TP Percent Removal 93 % Annual Average Inf. Concentration - Annual Average
Eff. Concentration/Annual Average Inf. Concentration
x 100
Summary Data 2013
Annual Influent Flow 7.209 MG/Year Annual Average Flow MGD x 365
Annual Effluent Flow 4.56 MG/Year Sum of Monthly Effluent Flow Values
Annual Influent TP Load 144.02 KG/Year Total Annual flow x Annual Average Influent TP (mg/L) x 3.78
Annual Effluent TP Load 6.55 KG/Year Total Annual flow x Annual Average Effluent TP (mg/L) x 3.78
TP Percent Removal 95 % Annual Average Inf. Concentration - Annual Average
Eff. Concentration/Annual Average Inf. Concentration
x 100
Summary Data 2014
Annual Influent Flow 10.068 MG/Year Annual Average Flow MGD x 365
Annual Effluent Flow 9.12 MG/Year Sum of Monthly Effluent Flow Values
Annual Influent TP Load 149.45 KG/Year Total Annual flow x Annual Average Influent TP (mg/L) x 3.78
Annual Effluent TP Load 12.76 KG/Year Total Annual flow x Annual Average Effluent TP (mg/L) x 3.78
TP Percent Removal 91 % Annual Average Inf. Concentration - Annual Average
Eff. Concentration/Annual Average Inf. Concentration
x 100
Summary Data 2012-2014
Annual Influent Flow 7.918 MG/Year Annual Average Flow MGD x 365
Annual Effluent Flow 6.080 MG/Year Sum of Monthly Effluent Flow Values
Annual Influent TP Load 160.38 KG/Year Total Annual flow x Annual Average Influent TP (mg/L) x 3.78
Annual Effluent TP Load 10.57 KG/Year Total Annual flow x Annual Average Effluent TP (mg/L) x 3.78
TP Percent Removal 93 % Annual Average Inf. Concentration - Annual Average
Eff. Concentration/Annual Average Inf. Concentration
x 100

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Step 3: WWTF's Phosphorus Reduction Potential
Patterns and trends.
Evaluation of past and present WWTF operations to determine the operating procedures that
maximize phosphorous removal.
1. The Facility implements a strategy to transfer and isolate water in the secondary, as long
as possible prior to discharge, to maximize the wastewater treatment capability of the
pond system. The ponds will be operated to the fullest extend possible in a series
mode to meet this goal.
Recommended Action Based on treatment at comparable pond WWTF.
*Recommended Action choices are Maintain or Improve Performance for WWTF performing at or
below average values in Table 2B or Evaluate Phosphorous Reduction Strategies for WWTF
exceeding average values in Table 2B.
Effluent Phosphorous Levels: Average Annual Concentration
My WWTF (mg/L) Comparable WWTF Systems Recommended Action
Table 2B
0.44 1.84 Maintain or Improve Performance

Influent Phosphorous Levels: Average Annual Concentration (mg/L)


My WWTF Comparable WWTF Systems Recommended Action
Table 2B
6.46 5.34 Maintain or Improve Performance

Table 2B: Controlled Discharge WWTF's (2005)


Stabilization Ponds Influent Concentration-mg/L Effluent Concentration-mg/L
(120 Surveyed) 5.34-Average 1.84-Average
1.17-Minimum 0.17-Minimum
14.31-Maximum 5.93-Maximum
Step 4: Phosphorous Reduction Goals for WWTF
WWTF effluent reduction goal.
Concentration (mg/L)
The wastewater treatment plant
will attempt to meet:
1.84 mg/L discharge by:
2017
WWTF influent reduction goal.
Concentration mg/L Mass Load (kg/day)
The WWTF will attempt to receive < Given the average flow data the
a 5.34 mg/L influent by: WWTF will meet:
2017 0.44
Step 5: Optimizing the WWTF: Percent Removal Goal
WWTF will attempt to achieve >: 85 % removal
by: 2017

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Step 6 : Phosphorous Reduction Potential of Users
Table 3: Summary of Phosphorous sources
Potential sources could include industries, bars, restaurants, schools, car-washes, locker-plants and
others.

*Businesses of concern should be educated to use Low/No phosphorous cleaners.


*Locker Plants should be collecting blood and disposing of through a rendering service.

Business Walk-Through Inventory Sampling Results Action Taken Assessment


(Industrial, Phosphorous Sources No Sampling Required Education Provided (Reduction
Commercial, unless potential High Further Action Potential)
Institutional) Phosphorous loading is High, Medium,
discovered. Low

N/A

Example: J-Bar Dishes and Bar Cleaner N/A Education Provided Low
Municipal
sources

N/A

Satellite
communities

N/A
Domestic
(population
served #)

235 Domestic Sewage N/A Provide Education Low

Effluent Goals for either one or multiple industrial, commercial or institutional users:
(Please attach additional paper if necessary)

The City of Big Falls has no industrial,commercial,or institutional users.The only influence on the T/P load
is domestic sewage. We will try to reduce the load by providing education on ways to reduce T/P load.

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Step 7: Implementation Plan to Meet Phosphorous Reduction
and Removal Goals
Phosphorous Reduction Strategies:

1. The Facility’s strategy is to provide education to potential sources of loading.


The City will enforce SIU Agreements if necessary.

Phosphorous Removal Strategies:

1. The Facility implements a strategy to transfer, and isolate water in the secondary,
as possible prior to discharge, to maximize the wastewater treatment capability of the
pond system. The ponds will be operated to the fullest extend possible in a series
mode to meet this goal.

Additional Reduction and Removal Strategies:


Evaluate Phosphorous Reduction Strategies
(Please attach additional paper if necessary)
The only infuence on the T/P is domestic sewage. We will try to reduce T/P by providing
education on ways to reduce T/P load.

Signature of Preparer Date

Signature of Principle Executive Officer or Authorized Agent Date

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