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Levels of those nutrients in effluent that has received advanced wastewater treatment (AWT) and subsequent `polishing' are approximately two orders of magnitude greater than the levels of nutrients that can cause those adverse impacts (FDER
The project's engineers specified HDPE pipe for the leachate collection systems at both landfills in compliance with Florida Department of Environmental Regulation (FDER) requirements for solid waste disposal facilities.
clay base with a hydraulic conductivity of less than 1 x [10.sup.-7] cm/sec, in accordance with FDER regulations.