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Geotextile system provides long-term biosolids management savings for small town


By Kevin Bossy and Paul Saulnier

When the small town of North Rustico, Prince Edward Island, began planning to replace its aging wastewater plant, one of the top priorities was to implement a simple, economical and environmentally sustainable process for biosolids management. The result was the island’s first-ever system to incorporate geotextile bags and specially selected polymers to dewater municipal waste biosolids.

Read the full article in ES&E Magazine’s April/May 2020 issue below.

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