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Lafayette's Biosolids Program: Past, Present and Future

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Abstract:

The Lafayette Utilities System is a Water, Sewer and Electric Utility serving approximately one hundred fifty thousand (150,000) people and fifty thousand (50,000) customers. The water system generates twenty million gallons per day (20 MGD) distributed over nine hundred thirty (930) miles of pipes. The sewer system treats approximately eighteen and half million gallons per day (18.5 MGD) from six hundred seventy-three (673) miles of sewer pipe with ten thousand (10,000) manholes and one hundred thirty-two (132) lift stations. Rates are calculated on a cost of service basis and are very competitive within the state.

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2175/193864704784138836

Publication date: January 1, 2004

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