Treating sewage sludge at wastewater treatment plants is an expensive, energy-intensive process for municipalities which create large amounts of emissions using older incineration technologies. But some municipalities are beginning to experiment with more sustainable solutions in terms of how to treat sewage sludge. In this issue of EL PRO Analysts, Ankur Jajoo, a research analyst with Frost & Sullivan, looks into changes that are taking place in sewage sludge treatment in the municipal market.
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