Ever wonder, what in the world is going on with biosolids?! Bill Toffey, Executive Director of MABA presented on Global Issues and Opportunities at the 2017 MABA Summer Technical Symposium.
NYS agricultural officials have confirmed that biosolids application to farm fields is an effective and safe practice.
Perfluorinated alkyl substances (PFAS) have been a focus of growing regulatory, public health, and media attention over the past several years. Here is how you can catch up on what there is to know about PFAS
The state-of-knowledge on wastewater and land treatment effects on ARG transmission is still early. Research today suggests that enhancement of treatment plant and land application practices can provide sound and effective barriers. If you make biosolids products that measure very low in indicator organisms and that attract no flies, you are likely doing well already. So, while climate change may continue to wreak havoc with rising sea levels, sulfide gases, unlivable heat, and crop failures, we can nevertheless be soundly managing our corner of the world. A global dystopia may inevitably descend, but at least we will be maintaining a Biosolids Utopia.