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  • Biosolids Management Service

    Since 1975 Managed Organic Recycling, Inc's engineers have been involved in planning, design and permitting of over 15 biosolids management projects. We have designed fertilizer enrichment systems to increase the nitrogen concentration in biosolids feedstock (Corona, CA 1995), belt filter press dewatering systems (CVWRF at Salt Lake City, UT ...

    By Managed Organic Recyling, Inc based in San Luis Obispo, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Site Reclamation

    Recycled biosolids fertilizer and soil supplements are the most well-regarded and proven assets in reinvigoration of damaged or dormant land.Let us help you rejuvenate and renew your site’s fullest potential.The unique chemical composition of our biosolids soil supplements restores critical nutrient balance and acts as an organic battery ...

    By Synagro Technologies, Inc. based in Baltimore, MARYLAND (USA). from Reusing Service line

  • Generating Energy from Sewage Sludge

    Sewage sludge is treated to make it safe for agricultural application. Treated sewage sludge produces nutrient-rich biosolids, which are principally used as soil fertilizer. Biosolids and the dried untreated form of sewage sludge are also used as alternative fuels. They are usually co-fired with other fuels like coal, municipal solid waste, wood ...

    By Beta Analytic Inc. based in Miami, FLORIDA (USA). from Fuel Tested Service line

  • Trace Elements

    Biosolids contain small amounts of heavy metals, or “trace elements,” as do natural soils, manures and commercial fertilizers. These trace elements enter the waste stream from multiple sources. The EPA thoroughly studied the potential risks from these trace elements and set strict maximum levels in biosolids to ensure protection of ...

    By Virginia Biosolids Council (VBC) based in Richmond, VIRGINIA (USA).

  • High Solid Anaerobic Digestion (HSAD)

    High Solid Anaerobic Digestion (HSAD)  is a thermophilic anaerobic digestion technologydeveloped by Pinnacle Biotechnologies, Inc. that uses naturally-occurringmicroorganisms to convert organic materials into useful by-products—specifically,biogas, liquid fertilizer, and biosolids.  Measurements taken at the experimental site ...

    By Asia Biogas Group based in Bangkok, THAILAND. from Biogas Service line

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