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Addressing The Issues of Pathogens And Toxic Chemicals In Biosolids

The various misconceptions we have about the presence of biosolids in our communities create a negative and adverse effects on the government’s plan to shift to biosolids from chemical and commercial-grade fertilizers. The world of biosolids is highly technical and it requires special skills and technical knowledge to be deciphered. Many people understandably don’t have […]

Thermal Drying As Biosolids Processing System

Do you know that in many communities across America, biosolids processing remains to be a frowned upon method of garbage disposal and sewage sludge handling? The disposal and the transportation of biosolids remain to be one of the biggest challenges of every municipality in the United States. Public opinion of biosolids as a long-term solution […]

5 Tips For Journalists Covering Biosolids

What reporters and journalists do in creating reports for newspaper, TV, radio, or the internet is very important. They serve as conduits of useful information and help develop the broader understanding of the general public about the topic. Most people don’t even think about biosolids and what they are used for. They simply go through […]

3 Qualities To Look For In A Biosolids Producer

Perhaps, there will come a time when you want to use biosolids on your ranch, farm, or forestland. Perhaps, that time is now. Perhaps, you don’t know where to find a good biosolids producer that can provide you with good quality biosolids that could help the growth of plants, trees, and crops. There are many […]

What Forestlands Owners Must Do Before Applying Biosolids

Biosolids are a good source of nutrients since they act as a slow-release fertilizer that supplies the most essential elements needed to increase the growth of trees in forestlands. The most important nutrients are found in biosolids, including nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. The application of biosolids on forestlands has been increasing because of the need […]

Biosolids For Forestland Fertilization

In the United States, harvesting timber and other forest-related products is a big contributor to the economic activities of many, many states that are rich in forest resources. That’s why it is extremely important to understand the application of biosolids for forestland as a critical phase in the management of harvesting timber and forest products. […]

The Environmental Impacts of Biosolids

In a nutshell and on paper, biosolids have nothing but positive impact for the environment. Instead of the waste going straight to the landfills or incinerators, it goes through a treatment process that is able to produce a by-product that can be utilized as an organic fertilizer. In turn, this organic fertilizer can boost the […]

How Biosolids Treatment Plants Ensure Communities Are Safe From Possible Contaminants

What we do know about the management and treatment of biosolids is that they are regulated and regularly inspected by the US Environmental Protection Agency. Regular monitoring and inspection allow the EPA to ensure that communities remain safe from possible contaminants that treatment facilities discharge. The use of treatment plants of the same waterways and […]

Important Things To Remember About Storing Biosolids

Whether you are part of the management of a biosolids treatment plant or a mere observer, it’s important to know how to properly store biosolids… not sewage sludge, but biosolids, which are ready for land application and various other usages. Biosolids is a critical part of a sustainable environment that we’re all trying to achieve […]