Virginia Circuit Court upholds VA DEQ's amendments to its biosolids regulations against a Riverkeeper's Challenge
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Presentations now posted from the November 15 & 16, 2016.
MABA 2016 Annual Meeting and Fall Symposium
MABA Summer Technical Conference: "What’s Working in New Biosolids Technologies and Products"
Thanks to the 27 presenters who agreed to have their presentations posted here at the MABA Documents page. it was also fabulous to have the 105 registrants who also provided lots of envery and insights into the topics of our two day program.
BIOSOLIDS LAND APPLICATION AND FOOD CROP QUALITY ASSURANCE SCHEME
An international collaborative of environmental scientists and biosolids practitioners has put together this statement of biosolids use in agriculture as an effective tool for sustainable agriculture. MABA is a part of this collaborative, along with the other regional biosolids associations. We believe it will be useful in your outreach work with elected officials, communities, environmentalists and news media. Download your copy here.
Sowing Seeds in the City
Our friend Sally Brown is one of the editors of this soon-to-be-released compendium of articles demonstrating the value of city agriculture as a sustainability practice. Consider ordering your copy soon by clicking through here.
For Insight into Topics of Interest in Biosolids, visit the MABA BLOG
Two new MABA website projects: New Jersey Residuals and The Resource Circle.
Here is where we describe how our community's sustainability goals can be advanced through biosolids management.
MABA Membership: Join or Renew Now!
MABA is encouraging its member organizations to process their 2015 renewal invoices. If you are not a member, and are interested in joining, you can learn more about our recent activities and plans for 2015 with a recent membership flyer and a letter from our president. The next step is to download a Membership Information Form. Please be in touch with us a mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
The Frequently Asked Questions on the MABA Website are expanded with hypertext links to fact sheets and research papers that provide significant expert statements on the benefits and risks of biosolids use.
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