LONG TERM BIOSOLIDS RESEARCH ON DRYLAND WHEAT FARMS
Abstract:The Littleton/Englewood Wastewater Treatment Plant (L/E WWTP) began operation in 1977. This regional facility serves the collection system for the Cities of Littleton and Englewood, located in the southwest Denver, Colorado metropolitan area. It soon became evident that the facility was more than just a wastewater treatment plant – it was also a waste solids treatment plant. In fact, the early history of plant operation reveals that the solids handling systems at the plant were the most important systems affecting compliance with discharge permit conditions. A biosolids (referred to as sludge at that time) management program was critical to the successful operation of the plant.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2001-01-01
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