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Project #1127

Proceedings From the Biosolids Research Summit

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Completed
Principal Investigator
Patrick
Field
Research Manager
Dr. Daniel M. Woltering, Ph.D.
Contractor
Consensus Building Institute
Customer Relations & Stakeholder Engagement
Odor Control
Biosolids
Treatment

Abstract

In July 2003, the Water Environment Research Foundation organized the Biosolids Research Summit in response to the NRC 2002 report, Biosolids Applied to Land: Advancing Standards and Practices. Participants identified 31 potential highest-priority research projects in six categories needed to address concerns regarding land application of Class A and/or Class B treated sewage sludge/biosolids. The categories are: human health; pathogens; fate and transport of organic and inorganic chemicals; risk assessment; treatment, odor, and management; and social and economic issues. This report captures these research priorities along with full summary of the event. Published by WERF. 185 pages. Soft cover.

Originally funded as WERF project 03-HHE-1.