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High Quality Biosolids!
This was a topic MABA at the July Advanced Stabilization Symposium. And it was the the topic of our Annual Meeting, Tuesday, November 18, 2014, A big thanks to our colleagues at the University of Maryland Baltimore Countyfor hosting this seminar again the year. The presentations are posted in our documents section. Tnanks to the presenters who put a lot of effort into focusing attention to the qualities that most effect biosolids users.
At MABA's 2014 Annual Meeting and Symposium, we drilled down into the wide variety of biosolids processing technologies and products to more closely define "what is character of a high quality biosolids." The clear message was that ODORS was the single most important parameter. What we learned is that a low odor product can be prepared from all manner of technologies --digesters, liming, and drying -- if the focus is turned to reaching that specific goal. Also, we learned that a number of technologies are now being introduce that will go further to the end point of a high value, no odor product. Read about these in the presentations that can now be viewed.
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The "Frequently Asked Questions" 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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