Recycling Organics

Like paper, plastics, and glass, biosolids (treated sewage sludge) and other organic residuals ("organics") were once considered "wastes" – too challenging to recycle.  Yet they contain abundant nutrients and organic matter that benefit soils.  And they generate renewable energy.  Properly treated, tested, and managed, biosolids and other organics enhance the environment, help farmers and other landowners, and serve the communities that generate and receive them.  Today, they are in high demand as tools for sustainability!

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Video: PBS News Hour - Turning Poop Into Power (March 2016)

WATER QUALITY WORK IS THE MOST IMPORTANT THERE IS.
An inspiring talk by George Hawkins, Esq., CEO & GM, DC Water

Presented at NEWEA Annual Conference • 1/25/16
(Shared with permission of Mr. Hawkins.)

Download MP3 file (32.5 mins. / 15.6 MB).


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