In the Bags

An Ontario treatment plant finds a cost-effective biosolids dewatering solution in flexible and permeable geotextile tubes
In the Bags
The Eganville (Ont.) Sewage Treatment Plant and nutrient management facility. The domed structure is the greenhouse.

The Eganville Sewage Treatment Plant in Bonnechere Valley, Ont., paid $27,500 per year to handle 350,000 gallons of digested biosolids at 2.5 percent solids. In summer it was land-applied; in winter it was thickened, dewatered and hauled to the Robert O. Pickard Environmental Center...

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