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What are biosolids?
What is in biosolids?
What are biosolids used for?
Benefits of Land Application
How can biosolids be used or disposed of?
What is the difference between biosolids and sludge?
How are biosolids made?
How does the nutrient value of biosolids compare to other fertilisers?
How much biosolids does the average family produce per week?
Why should I care about biosolids?
How are biosolids generated?
What quantity of biosolids is produced?
What do biosolids look like?
What do biosolids smell like?
How is biosolids use and production regulated?
Why do different jurisdictions have different guidelines for management of biosolids?
How are biosolids classified?
What are the different forms of biosolids?
Why put biosolids on land?
Who can apply biosolids to land?
How are biosolids transported?
How do biosolids benefit the environment?
What are some of the concerns and risks arising from land application of biosolids?
Do biosolids contain pollutants?
Will the metals and pollutants in biosolids enter the food chain?
Will land application of biosolids pollute ground or surface water?
Does the application of biosolids pose a health risk?
Is it safe to eat food that has been grown using biosolids?
What are some of the potential benefits when using biosolids?
How long have biosolids been in use?
Can the health of native or domestic animals be affected if they come into contact with biosolids?
Will a land application site next to me impact my property value?
Are biosolids tested to ensure safety?
Will I know when biosolids are applied near my property?
Will biosolids be carried in the air?
Do prions pose a risk in the management of biosolids?
Who can I contact if I have questions or concerns?