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World Water Day is a great time to reflect on how fortunate those of us that have clean, safe, drinking water really are. Much of the world is not so lucky.  Therefore, it is critically important to think about how we care for our precious, water resources. While having quality, drinking water is more appreciated …

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Thinking About Biosolids; Joining the Movement from Class B to Class A Historically, most of us did not think about biosolids. For many years, this potentially valuable material was viewed as something we had to “get rid of”. It was dumped into landfills, over-applied to farmlands (i.e., not at proper, agronomic rates), buried in remote …

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Lystek customers enjoy complete, end-to-end biosolids and organics management solutions. Wondering how and why this works so well? Well, the multi-purpose, turn-key Lystek Thermal Hydrolysis system is specifically designed to not only harness and maximize the value of biosolids and organics, but to enhance what you already have in place at your WWTP, making it work …

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Attention: Environmental, agricultural & municipal business reporters/editors April 22, 2016 | Cambridge ON | For Immediate Release | On this Earth Day, let us reflect on the importance of recycling naturally occurring resources and explore innovative ideas for the conservation of a healthy, shared environment. Biosolids and organics and the careful management of these valuable …

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As the world population grows, the demand for food on a global scale also continues to increase annually. As a result, the pressure on agriculture to increase yields through innovation, improved practices and new efficiencies is constant. As the agricultural industry innovates and improves to meet world food demands, yield increases are realized. As a …

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In June 2015, the City of North Battleford, Saskatchewan was recognized with a national Environmental Award by the Canadian Association of Municipal Administrators (CAMA) for conversion of its traditional wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) and historical practice of landfilling biosolids into a an advanced and sustainable, Wastewater Resource Centre (WRRC). This was accomplished by being the …

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Recently the City of Montreal made international headlines when it announced controversial plans to dump eight billion litres of untreated sewage sludge into the St. Lawrence River so that it could repair a 30km long sewer pipe. Objections to this decision were largely focused on the environmental and health impacts, which the City maintained would …

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The severe global consequences of food waste for climate, water and land use, and biodiversity were recently highlighted and analyzed by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). The FAO report finds that 3.3 billion tons of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, a by-product of global food waste, are released into the atmosphere every year. …

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