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Are Biosolids Safe?

Biosolids has been under intense scrutiny for decades. Numerous studies have been made about it, all pointing out to the inevitable conclusion that biosolids are safe for consumption—not directly, of course. In a nutshell, what we know is that biosolids, an organic matter from the treatment of domestic wastes in wastewater treatment plants, can be […]

Analyzing Biosolids Management Through Wastewater Treatment

The past decade alone showed the rapidly declining state of the environment. This resulted to wastewater treatment plants focusing its attention on collecting and treating wastewater prior to discharging it to the environment. The processes used on the wastewater unintentionally produce a sludge material made up of pathogens, pollutants, and other substances originally found on […]

Biosolids Benefits

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Water Environment Federation (WEF) and Association of Metropolitan Sewerage Agencies all promote biosolids recycling as an environmentally safe and cost-effective solution for managing wastewater residuals. When conducted in accordance with strict state and federal regulations, the practice benefits communities and supports environmental protection efforts with an excellent source of […]

Where does the Water go?

From time to time we have people asking us about “water management” on our property. We also get a handful of people accusing us online of polluting the groundwater and/or discharging surface water. Neither of these concerns is true! Read more to find out why. Please review the following information which explains why our location […]

How Biosolids Management Gained Importance In The Wastewater Treatment

In the last few decades, the focus of wastewater treatment facilities has been to collect household and industrial waste and treat them before being dispatched and used on the environment (gardens, agricultural farms, ranches, etc). Biosolids management was a concept alienated by most treatment facilities and even waste management policies because there is no real […]

By scientific definition, organic matter means “Of, relating to, or derived from living matter.” It comes from living but decaying materials such as plants, microorganisms, worms, and many other things. One of the most common sources of organic matter is household waste, which must go through a pre-treatment process that will prepare it for the […]

A Summary Of The Process Of Biosolids Generation

To better understand the importance of biosolids and proper waste management, there is a need to recognize the unique process that goes through for the generation of biosolids. In general, biosolids are produced when solids resulting from the treatment of wastewater are treated further to meet the regulatory requirements of the government. Pre-treatment of wastewater […]