Through biosolids management, solid residue from wastewater treatment is processed to reduce or eliminate pathogens and minimize odors, forming a safe, beneficial agricultural product. Biosolids are carefully monitored and must be used in accordance with regulatory requirements.
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The application period is open for the Utility of the Future Today recognition (UotFT) program. Applications are due by April 12, 2023,11:59 p.m. ET.Continue Reading
PFAS is a major challenge for drinking water and wastewater systems. Listen in as Viraj deSilva discusses the challenges, technologies, and emerging developments in ...Continue Reading
The activities below reflect the many examples of what WEF, and its members did in 2022 to support our vision for the future, as well as deliver educational and ...Continue Reading
Maile Lono-Batura, Director of the WEF Sustainable Biosolids Program, talks about the Year of Poo campaign and how communities are learning about the relationship ...Continue Reading
🎧 In this podcast episode with Radhika Fox, Administrative Administrator for Water at EPA, discusses a variety of issues that EPA is working on.Continue Reading
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Get the results of this strategic conversation among biosolids practitioners and experts on how to prepare for the future, position programs to address current and emerging challenges, and take advantage of opportunities.
This comprehensive toolkit is a resource for communicating about biosolids in ways that are factual, science-based, and easily understandable by those who might be hearing about biosolids for the first time.
This technical report, Cost Analysis of the Impacts on Municipal Utilities and Biosolids Management to Address PFAS Contamination, examines the effects of PFAS policies and regulations on municipal utilities and biosolids management entities.
Subtitled, Solids Handling and Support Systems, this resource covers all aspects of solids handling and support systems and helps operators prepare for the first three levels of certification examinations.
Join us in Charlotte, North Carolina, to experience a robust program highlighting continued advances in the biosolids community. Hear from professionals as they highlight new technologies, successful innovations, and current best practices.Learn More about RBC 2023
RESIDUALS AND BIOSOLIDS COMMUNITY (RBC)
The RBC develops and promotes cost-effective practices and policies in biosolids and energy technologies associated with municipal, agricultural, and industrial wastewater residuals for the protection of the environment. RBC advances the industry through recruiting, mentoring, and developing the residuals and biosolids profession.Join RBC
AIR QUALITY AND ODOR CONTROL COMMUNITY
This community shall develop, recommend, and conduct programs to promote general improvement in reducing air quality and odor emissions impacts related to water quality, biosolids handling, treatment and disposal, and wastewater treatment and collection.Join the Air and Odor Control Community
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