Biosolids Challenge: What's In a Name?

A naming contest asks Mechanicsburg, Pa., residents to put on their thinking caps and drum up a catchy moniker for Class A biosolids.
Biosolids Challenge: What's In a Name?
After the windrow has cooked for 30 days, it's broken down and loaded into a screening machine for final processing.

Ron Adams, the Mechanicsburg (Pa.) Wastewater Treatment Plant supervisor, wants his customers involved in what he does. He wants them to understand what biosolids are and where they come from. He wants them to recognize the borough’s “better than Class A biosolids” material for...

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