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Recycling Facility to Co-Digest Organics, Biosolids

Biosolids company NuTerra has broken ground on an organics recycling facility in Haines, City, Florida, that will turn the waste into compost for lawns, athletic fields, golf courses and agriculture.

Waste Management World reports phase one of the project began in 2012 with a Class AA/EQ product by upgrading wastewater treatment from aerobic digestion to BCR Environmental’s Neutralizer system.

The system helped the city avoid capital expenditures of $2.75 million for digester rehabilitation and dewatering equipment, reduce annual biosolids treatment and disposition costs by about $133,000 for 20 years and cut energy costs for biosolids treatment by about 97 percent.

NuTerra designed the new facility and will build, operate, and maintain it at the wastewater treatment plant’s property site.


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2 thoughts on “Recycling Facility to Co-Digest Organics, Biosolids

  1. Consider what NuTerra is not telling you. If the waste comes from an industrial area then it is going to have a potential 80,000 different chemicals in it. Now add pharmaceuticals like the one you see on TV that have disclaimers. Drugs pass though the body and are expelled in your urine and feces. Very few drugs are actually dumped down the drain. Now lets add bacteria and viruses. Just Google.Now lets add hospital waste. Did you know in Dallas they just let the ebola victims flush their contaminated fluids down the sewer with no processing.
    NUTerra is just like all the rest, they are trying to con the public into believing sewage sludge process or whatever can be made free from risk. If they tell you it is safe they are bald face liars.

    Sewage sludge of any class is such a complex and unpredictable mixture of pathogens and chemical compounds that even if all the constituents were known, it would still be impossible to reliably assess the health risks when this toxic waste is land applied.
    The sewage industry is aware that the EPA and local environmental agencies are incapable of continuous monitoring which compounds the
    RISK to US Citizen’s Health.

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