2 edition of Workshop on the Health and Legal Implications of Sewage Sludge Composting found in the catalog.
Workshop on the Health and Legal Implications of Sewage Sludge Composting
Workshop on the Health and Legal Implications of Sewage Sludge Composting (1978 Harvard University)
by Energy Resources Co. ; Springfield, Va. : Reproduced by National Technical Information Service, U.S. Dept. of Commerce in Cambridge, Mass
Written in English
|Other titles||Health and legal implications of sewage sludge composting|
|Statement||submitted to Edward H. Bryan, Division of Problem-Focused Research Applications, National Science Foundation ; prepared by Jan Connery ... [et al.].|
|Series||PB -- 296 566|
|Contributions||Connery, Jan., Energy Resources Company, National Science Foundation (U.S.). Directorate of Applied Science and Research Applications., National Science Foundation (U.S.). Division of Problem-focused Research Applications.|
|LC Classifications||TD772 W6 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. in 1 :|
Get this from a library! Utilization of municipal wastewater and sludge on land: proceedings of the workshop. [A L Page; United States. Environmental Protection Agency,;] -- "Briefly, the position papers discuss institutional constraints, hydrologic and nutrient management, pathogens, metals, organics, engineering and economics, and an overview of public health effects". Abstract. The effect of temperature on the composting reaction of sewage sludge was investigated at 50, 60, and 70°C. The total amount of CO 2 evolved and the final conversion of volatile matter were maximum at 60°C., suggesting that the optimal temperature for composting was around 60°C. The specific CO 2 evolution rate (moles of CO 2 evolved per hour per viable cell) was maximum at 70° by:
Technical Abstract: This special edition of the journal is devoted entirely to the workshop that USEPA and USDA co-hosted on Emerging Pathogens and Disinfection Technologies for Sewage Sludge and Animal Manure. The purpose of the workshop was to review, discuss, and evaluate the effectiveness of current sewage sludge and manure treatment. Source: Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Vol Issue 2, 1 Jun (–) SYMPOSIUM ON THE DISPOSAL OF TOWNS` WASTES. PAPER NO. THE AGRICULTURAL VALUE OF SEWAGE SLUDGE AND TOWN : Kc Mccrae.
The recent article "Sludge: New Focus on Recycling" discussed Camden County's plans to construct a sewage sludge composting plant, but overlooked the existence of the first in-vessel sludge. BioCycle August , Vol. 48, No. 8, p. 57 While composting processes and equipment are relatively undeveloped now, their improved technologies would have a major role in the future of Chinese waste management. Ji Li and Zhi Xu ALTHOUGH the statistical data of organic solid wastes generated in China is incomplete, we can still make.
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Title(s): Workshop on the Health and Legal Implications of Sewage Sludge Composting: Decem 19, 20, / submitted to Edward H. Bryan, Division of Problem-Focused Research Applications, National Science Foundation ; prepared by Jan Connery.
Source: Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers, Vol Issue 2, 1 Jun (–) SYMPOSIUM ON THE DISPOSAL OF TOWNS` WASTES. PAPER NO. THE AGRICULTURAL VALUE OF SEWAGE SLUDGE AND TOWN by: 1.
Biological decomposition and stabilization of sewage sludge under conditions which allow development of thermophilic temperatures (composting) can effect considerable drying. This reduces costs of handling and increases the attractiveness of compost for reuse or disposal.
Microbiological aspects, composting systems and product quality are Cited by: 1. Sludge Treatment and Disposal By ISWA’s Working Group on Sewage & Waterworks Sludge Albrecht R. Bresters, The Netherlands Isabelle Coulomb, France Bela Deak, Hungary Bernhard Matter, Switzerland Alice Saabye, Denmark Ludivico Spinosa, Italy Ådne Ø.
Utvik, Norway Lise Uhre, Project Co-ordinator International Solid Waste Association. Fate of pharmaceuticals during sewage sludge composting Sewage sludge may be regarded as hazardous waste but it can also be used as a fertilizer.
Its safety with respect to pharmaceutical residues must be assessed before use (Kipper et al., ). Antibiotics are present in Estonian sewage sludge (as elsewhere) and their content may exceed the Author: Egge Haiba, Lembit Nei.
sludge content (60% of sewage sludge in the composting mixture). The ammonia concentration inside bioreactor chambers was directly related to the content of sewage sludge in the composted mixture. Composting of sewage sludge to reduce odours and improve breakdown The treatment is used to speed up fermentation and humification.
After weeks and just 4 turning processes, the high-quality, nutrient-rich compost is ready. However, many studies indicate that composting sewage sludge itself produces low quality compost due to its high humidity, low air permeability, and high nitrogen content (4%–5% s.m.).
Therefore, in order to obtain a suitable C:N ratio, previously dehydrated sludge should be mixed with an additional organic carbon source.
Composting should be applied preferably to fresh sludge (rich in OM and nitrogen) but can also be used on digested or stabilised aerobic sludge.
The following medium conditions are specific to composting: micro-flora exists in its natural state in sludge or in. Composting of sewage sludge and municipal solid waste Article (PDF Available) in Nature Environment and Pollution Technology 13(3) January. The quality of sewage sludge depends on many factors and the final disposal is also very diverse.
This chapter provides characterization of possible dehydration, stabilization, hygienization, and final disposal of municipal sewage sludge, including indication of barriers in the use of specific technologies and providing common reuse : Anna Grobelak, Karolina Czerwińska, Aneta Murtaś.
The sludge was ob-tained each day and stored in a gal storagetank. Before vacuum filtration, the sludge wasconditioned with ferric chloride and lime or apolymer to aid filtration.
The sludge was thendewatered on a vacuum filter and the cake wasready for feeding to the composter. Akin, E.W., W. Jakubowski, J.
Lucas and H.R. Pahren. Health Hazards Associated with Wastewater Effluents and Sludge: Microbiological Considerations.
In: Proceedings of the Conference on Risk Assessment and Health Effect of Land Application of Municipal Wastewater and Sludges. Center for Applied Research and Technology, The University of Author: R.
Reimers, D. Leftwich, A. Englande, M. Little, D. Bowman, R. Wilkinson. Alderslade, R. (), The problem of assessing possible hazards to the public health associated with the disposal of sewage sludge to land: recent experience in the United Kingdom.
Proceedings of' the second European Symposium "Characterization Treatment and Use of Sewage Sludge ", Vienna, October (P. L'Hermite & H. Ott, Eds), p. Cited by: The use of Sewage Sludge (Bio Waste) for Composting and Spreading as Fertilizer in the Nicola Valley.
Join Friends of the Nicola Valley and supporters today. Sign this petition. Composting Safety & Health. 35p document addressing worker safety and health at composting facilities, Health & Safety Guidance for Composting in the School Setting.
2p illustrated fact sheet, Hygienic Implications of Small Scale Composting in New York State. 71p report on home compost quality, the sewage sludge.
Bulk sewage sludge applied to agricultural and non -agricultural land (e.g., forest, public contact sites, and reclamation sites) must meet at least Class B requirement s. Bulk sewage sludge applied to lawns and home gardens, and sewage sludge.
PROBLEMS AROUND SLUDGE WORKSHOP ON Edited by Heinrich Langenkamp, Luca Marmo Proceedings to the revision of the Community Directive 86//EEC on the use of sewage sludge in agriculture. This Directive, now almost fifteen years old, belongs to the few legal sludge is compatible with public health and environmental protection Size: KB.
possibility of employing composting as a mean of sewage sludge stabilization. A series of composting experiments were performed using dewatered secondary activated sewage sludge from a domestic wastewater treatment plant in New Plymouth, New Zealand.
These trials have been carried out. Characterization of activated sludge from domestic sewage treatment plants and their management using composting and co-composting in aerobic silos G. El Kadiri Boutchich 1,*, S. Tahiri 1, M. Mahi 2, D. Gallart-Mateu 3, M.
de la Guardia 3, A. Aarfane 1, EK. Lhadi 1, M. El Krati 1 1. used for composting sludge in the United States, there is considerable interest in their potential application. Most composting systems can yield a compost comparable in quality to that produced at the U.S. Department of Agriculture's sewage sludge composting facility in Beltsville, Md.
The com- position and quality of the compost.Transmission and Detection of Prions in Feces. Oral exposure to prion-tainted blood, urine, saliva, and feces has been suggested as the mode of transmission of CWD and scrapie among herbivores susceptible to these prion diseases.composting are listed in Table 2.
Feedstocks: the quality of the microbial “food” Composts can be made from most organic by-products. Common feedstocks are poultry, hog and cattle manures, food processing wastes, sewage sludge, municipal leaves, brush and grass clippings, sawdust, and other by-products of wood processing.