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Different Methods Used To Apply Biosolids

There are many methods to apply biosolids on your land. The type of method will largely depend on the type of soil you have and the consistency of biosolids. While most biosolids is made with the exact same process in probably wastewater treatment plants that use the same technologies, it is still prudent for soil […]

What Does Biosolids Land Application Tell Us?

Biosolids land application is beneficial for everyone—the wastewater treatment facility where the matter goes through, the farmers who will use it for their crops, and the consumers who will benefit from the nutrient rich food grown from farmlands that used organic soil. Biosolids is applied to soil to supply it with much-needed nutrients, as well […]

Everything You Need To Know About Biosolids

Before using biosolids and Class A organic soil in your gardens, ranches, and farmlands, you need to understand anything and everything you can about biosolids, compost, sewage sludge, and the treatment process that is required to turn waste into fertilizers. Here is more information about biosolids, which can help you better understand why this is […]

Frequently Asked Questions About Biosolids

The term biosolids is alien for most people. While there may be a little understanding about what it does and what it can do to benefit the environment, a lot of people still prefer to turn a blind eye on the advantages that it offers. The truth is, it’s very easy to get to know […]

Understanding The Land Application of Biosolids

Biosolids is now widely being used for crop production in the United States. In fact, nearly half of the production of biosolids in the United States is being used to benefit soils—add much-needed nutrients like nitrogen, potassium, and phosphorus. However, most are being confused by what “land application” means and what regulations does it fall […]

How Wastewater Facilities Work In Treating Biosolids

When we say biosolids, we think about some kind of organic fertilizers made from domestic waste, right? There is no deeper understanding of how the waste was treated and how it came to be the way it is—safe to use for crop production and vegetation. In turn, most are left wondering if biosolids is the […]

The Difference Between Biosolids And Chemical Fertilizers

Commercial-grade fertilizers have long been used to hasten the growth of crops and to provide it with essential nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium or NPK. However, because commercial chemical fertilizers are generally more expensive than other organic and natural fertilizers, agriculturalists are looking at diverse and differing options like biosolids to provide plants […]

What Is Class B Biosolids?

We have discussed what Class A biosolids is and even how safe it is to be used as fertilizer for food production and other agricultural functions. Like Class A biosolids, Class B biosolids also contain important nutrients and organic matter, making them viable as fertilizers for certain types of plants and vegetation. Class B biosolids […]

What Does Class A Biosolids Mean?

We have discussed what Class A biosolids is and even how safe it is to be used as fertilizer for food production and other agricultural functions. Like Class A biosolids, Class B biosolids also contain important nutrients and organic matter, making them viable as fertilizers for certain types of plants and vegetation. Class B biosolids […]