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1 City of Edmonton Water Quality Monitoring Locations

2 30 th Avenue Storm Measurement and Sampling Station

3 Groat Road Storm Measurement and Sampling Station

4 KennedaleStorm Winter Summer View from inside

5 Quesnell Storm Measurement and Sampling Station

6 Rat Creek CSO Rain Storm Condition Regular Condition Workers at base of Outfall Measurement and Sampling Station

7 E.L. Smith Intake Intake Location Pump House

8 Rossdale Intake Pump House Intake Location

9 Petro-Canada Intake Pump House Intake Location

10 Dow Chemical Intake Intake Location Pump House

11 Bearspaw Lake SWM

12 Canossa Wetland SWM

13 Fulton Marsh SWM

14 Hollick Kenyon Lake SWM

15 Mill Creek - Roper Pond SWM

16 Blackmud Creek Upstream Spring 2009 Tributaries

17 Fulton Creek Upstream Spring 2009 Tributaries

18 Goldbar Creek Mouth - Fall 2009 Tributaries

19 Goldbar Creek Upstream Spring 2009 Tributaries

20 Horsehills Creek Near mouth Spring 2009 Tributaries

21 Mill Creek Upstream Spring 2009 Tributaries

22 Mill Creek Tributaries Culvert Spring 2008 Mouth Spring 2006

23 Sturgeon River Near mouth Spring 2009 Tributaries

24 Wedgewood Creek Near mouth Spring 2009 Tributaries

25 Whitemud Creek Mouth Fall 2008 Tributaries

26 Whitemud Creek Upstream Spring 2009 Tributaries

27 Capilano CSO WinterSummer

28 EPCOR - Goldbar WWTP Final Effluent Channel Goldbar Wastewater Treatment Plant

29 Alberta Capital Region Wastewater Commission WWTP Final Effluent Channel

30 KENNEDALE WETLAND Sampling Frequency: Baseflow Sampling – Weekly sampling of outlet pool. Paired Intake/Outlet Wet Sampling – During wet weather event samples will be collected upstream and downstream of the wetland (automated sampler) STS (Stormwater Treatment System) – sampling during wet weather only to catch 15 storms. Type of Sample: Baseflow and STS – Grab sample Paired Sample – Composite sample (automated sample) Parameters: Core: TSS, TP, TKN, (NO-2+NO-3)-N, NH3-N, Cl-, and E. coli. Additional: Hardness, metals; Chlorophyll a, DO, pH, Temperature, Conductivity, Secchi Disc; Pesticides Pollutant Removal Performance: [(M in -M out )/M in ]x100 = Removal Efficiency (%) Mass loading values are calculated for inflow (Min) and outflow (M out ) for each event (flows and concentrations known). The removal efficiency reflects the percentage reduction on pollutant mass as a result of flow through the wetland system. Sampler

31 CSO OUTFALLS Sampling Frequency: Wet weather – every rainfall or snow fall event Type of Sample: Wet Weather – Composite Sample (permanent sampling station) Parameters: Core: TSS, BOD5, TP, TKN, (NO-2+NO-3)-N, NH3-N, Cl-, and E. coli. Additional: volatile fraction of suspended solids (VSS); dissolved phosphorus, i.e. orthophosphate (PO4-); particle size analysis of the suspended solids; SSC using U.S. Geological Survey published protocols; Total and free chlorine; Hardness, metals; Turbidity, Cryptosporidium, Giardia, VOCs; Pesticides

32 INTAKES Sampling Frequency: 12 times per year, more frequent during rainy months Type of Sample: Grab sample Parameters: Core: TSS, BOD5, TP, TKN, (NO-2+NO-3)-N, NH3-N, Cl-, and E. coli. pH, DO, specific conductivity, and water temperature Additional: volatile fraction of suspended solids (VSS); dissolved phosphorus, i.e. orthophosphate (PO4-); particle size analysis of the suspended solids; SSC using U.S. Geological Survey published protocols; Total and free chlorine tested in field using portable colorimeter; Hardness, metals; Turbidity, Cryptosporidium, Giardia, VOCs; Pesticides

33 STORM OUTFALLS Sampling Frequency: Baseflow – 2 times a month Wet weather – every rainfall event that creates significant flows Type of Sample: Baseflow – grab sample Wet Weather – Composite Sample (permanent sampling station) Parameters: Core: TSS, BOD5, TP, TKN, (NO-2+NO-3)-N, NH3-N, Cl-, and E. coli. Additional: volatile fraction of suspended solids (VSS); dissolved phosphorus, i.e. orthophosphate (PO4-); particle size analysis of the suspended solids; SSC using U.S. Geological Survey published protocols; and Total and free chlorine tested in field using portable colorimeter. Hardness, metals Turbidity, Cryptosporidium, Giardia, VOCs; Pesticides

34 SWM FACILITIES Sampling Frequency: 6 times per year, monthly from May to October Type of Sample: Composite grab sample Parameters: Core: TSS, BOD5, TP, TKN, (NO-2+NO-3)-N, NH3-N, Cl-, and E. coli. Chloropyll-a, water level, pH, DO, specific conductivity, and water temperature Additional: Hardness, metals; Pesticides

35 TRIBUTARIES Sampling Frequency: Twice per year Type of Sample: Grab sample Parameters: Core: TSS, BOD5, TP, TKN, (NO-2+NO-3)-N, NH3-N, Cl-, and E. coli. Additional: Hardness, metals; Turbidity, Cryptosporidium, Giardia, VOCs; Pesticides Pesticides

36 KENNEDALE WETLAND Sampling Frequency: Baseflow Sampling – Weekly sampling of outlet pool. Paired Intake/Outlet Wet Sampling – During wet weather event samples will be collected upstream and downstream of the wetland (automated sampler) STS (Stormwater Treatment System) – sampling during wet weather only to catch 15 storms. Type of Sample: Baseflow and STS – Grab sample Paired Sample – Composite sample (automated sample) Parameters: Core: TSS, TP, TKN, (NO-2+NO-3)-N, NH3-N, Cl-, and E. coli. Additional: Hardness, metals; Chlorophyll a, DO, pH, Temperature, Conductivity, Secchi Disc; Pesticides Pollutant Removal Performance: [(M in -M out )/M in ]x100 = Removal Efficiency (%) Mass loading values are calculated for inflow (M in ) and outflow (M out ) for each event (flows and concentrations known). The removal efficiency reflects the percentage reduction on pollutant mass as a result of flow through the wetland system.


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