Making Hay

West Jackson County takes biosolids reuse to the limit by fertilizing its own land and cutting, baling and selling its own crop
Making Hay
Operator Jesse Spear incorporates biosolids using a 15-foot John Deere disc harrow.

There’s an old saying: Make hay while the sun shines. But the West Jackson County Land Treatment Facility, in Ocean Springs, Miss., makes hay all year-round and uses biosolids and treated wastewater to do it.

The Jackson County Utility Authority collects dewatered Class B biosolids...

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