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A treatment plant on Lake Superior manages biosolids with a flexible process and a beneficial use program that responds to seasonal demands.
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The staff at the Marquette facility includes, from left, Neil Traye, plant operator; Lyle Michaels, lab technician; Curt Goodman, superintendent; Mark O’Neill, plant supervisor; Neil Hayward, maintenance mechanic; and Bernie Stanaway, plant operator. Not pictured: Dan Johnston.

When farmland is scarce, growing seasons short and winters cold, as in the northern rim of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, what’s to be done with a growing volume of biosolids?

The Marquette (Mich.) Area Wastewater Treatment Facility answered the question with a flexible solids...

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