Description: RBC-Proceedings-2018
Land application of biosolids is many things – a valuable recycling process, an important fertilizer and soil conditioner, a critical municipal service and a highly regulated business carried out in public. From the business perspective, land application – whether compost, Class A or Class B – faces inherent challenges of performing a complex service with little room for error...
PublisherWater Environment Federation
Word count282
Description: RBC-Proceedings-2018
The success of land application of biosolids in recent decades and scientific research have built a strong record for the defense of this important recycling practice, including in the media, with regulators and local governments, in the courts, and in the court of public opinion. The commitment of biosolids generators and their contractors, working in conjunction with their farm partners, to...
PublisherWater Environment Federation
Word count2,921
Description: RBC-Proceedings-2018
Biosolids generators, transporters, appliers, farmers and other end-users need to be aware of the many legal tools available to challenge local attempts to restrict beneficial use and to defend against tort lawsuits. American law generally favors farming and recycling. Biosolids must be placed firmly in the context of modern, sustainable farming and the use of organic fertilizers to improve yields...
PublisherWater Environment Federation
Word count197