OF BIOSOLIDS AND DIOXIN: ONE MAINE POTW's EXPERIENCE
The Lewiston Auburn Water Pollution Control Authority owns and operates a 14.2 million gallon per day secondary waste water treatment facility which began operation in 1974. At the time the plant began treating waste water virtually no thought was given to disposal of the plant's residuals. The Authority started out with a temporary landfill adjacent to the City of Lewiston solid waste landfill. This temporary landfill, which was not to operate for more than two years received its last load of sludge in February 1993.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2000-01-01
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