Sep 30, 2022
“The Clean Water Act and Biosolids: A 45-Year Chronological Review of Biosolids Land Application Research in Colorado” with Dr. Jim Ippolito
Biosolids are the human waste products that are managed and produced by wastewater treatment plants. While many simply flush and forget their waste, biosolids can have a variety of advantageous environmental impacts when applied at proper rates and locations. In this episode, as part two of our miniseries on the Clean Water Act, Dr. Jim Ippolito discusses how researchers have utilized these benefits across various land types in Colorado.
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