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Disposal of water treatment plant (WTP) residuals is rapidly becoming an integral part of operating water treatment plant facilities due to more stringent local, state, and federal regulations concerning residuals handling and disposal practices. New regulations are requiring the use of higher coagulant dosages to further improve finished water quality. As a result of these practices, more residuals will be generated that will need proper disposal. Therefore, alternative use programs for the disposal of water treatment residuals are increasingly being investigated by many utilities.

Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: January 1, 2001

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