Biosolids

1. A nutrient rich, organic by-product of the wastewater treatment process. 2. Old term used was 'Sludge'. It is the waste material from animal or vegetable sources. Waste contains mainly carbon and hydrogen.

biosolids

biosolids 1. Solid or semisolid material obtained from treated wastewater, often used as fertilizer. 2. A nutrient-rich organic material, or byproduct, resulting from the treatment of municipal wastewater. Biosolids can be safely recycled; for example, for fertilizers. Biosolids contain nitrogen and phosphorus along with other supplementary nutri...
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biosolids

nutrient-rich organic materials derived from wastewater solids (sewage sludge) that have been stabilised through processing.
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biosolids

nutrient-rich organic materials derived from wastewater solids (sewage sludge) that have been stabilised through processing.
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