CITY OF CARMEL, INDIANA BIOPASTEUR PROCESS
In March of 2005, the City of Carmel, Indiana started the Country's first full scale BioPasteur Process. The BioPasteur process pasteurizes the biosolids prior to anaerobic digestion, and the combination of the two processes, BioPasteur and anaerobic digestion, creates a Class A biosolid.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2005
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