NBP Biosolids Management Program (BMP) / Environmental Management Systems (EMS)
Some New England and eastern Canadian wastewater treatment facilities and biosolids management programs have developed - or are developing - Environmental Management Systems (EMS) for biosolids. Most are based on the "Biosolids Management Program" (BMP) of the National Biosolids Partnership. Others follow the standards set forth in ISO 14001.
Formal EMS Programs in New England & Easten Canada
Public Wastewater Utilities - Biosolids EMS
Public Wastewater Utilities - ISO 14001 EMS
Private Biosolids Management Facilities - Biosolids EMS
NEBRA REGION EMS NEWS / UPDATES
Summer 2011. NEBRA continues to support further development of NBP BMP/EMS programs across the continent. NEBRA staff Ned Beecher is assisting the NBP with another class of BMP/EMS training. Because it advances excellence in biosolids management, this ongoing program is in the interest of NEBRA, its members, and all biosolids management professionals.
September 23, 2010. Lewiston Auburn Water Pollution Control Authority Celebrates Certification of its Biosolids EMS. See NEBRA news story.
June 24, 2010. Greater Moncton Sewerage Commission (GMSC) Achieves Certification by the National Biosolids Partnership for its Biosolids EMS. See local news coverage. NEBRA sent a letter of congratulations to GMSC Chairman Ronald LeBlanc and the staff of GMSC.
March 26, 2010. Resource Management Inc. (RMI) Celebrates EMS Certification with an Open House at its New Offices. See National Biosolids Partnership coverage, including letters of congratulations from WEF and NACWA. NEBRA Executive Director Ned Beecher attended the celebration, providing congratulations from NEBRA.
September 23, 2009. New England Organics (NEO) Celebrates EMS Certification by the National Biosolids Partnership. See NEO coverage and National Biosolids Partnership coverage. NEBRA Executive Director Ned Beecher attended the celebration, providing congratulations from NEBRA.