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Minimal Biosolids Stabilization for Maximum Biogas Production

Trends in the Northeast are moving toward stricter landfilling regulations. Should stricter regulations be enforced, anaerobic digestion offers a potential solution to biosolids management, shifting biogas production from the landfill to the treatment facility. However, given current regulations, landfilling biosolids offers the most cost effective option and greatest energy benefit for landfills.

In Minimal Biosolids Stabilization for Maximum Biogas Production, a paper and presentation delivered at WEFTEC 2016, the Water Environment Federation’s (WEF) Annual Technical Exhibition and Conference, OBG’s Lauren Spink, EIT, Michael Manning, PE, and Mark Greene, with Michael Garland of Monroe County Department of Environmental Services (MCDES), discuss landfilling biosolids using MCDES as a case study. The public agency has employed a unique biosolids management plan that efficiently disposes of unstabilized biosolids in a landfill, creating a source of usable energy as a byproduct.

View the presentation, and download the WEF paper below.

WEFTEC 2016 took place on September 24-28, 2016 in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Contacts:
Lauren Spink; Lauren.Spink@obg.com
Michael Manning; Michael.Manning@obg.com


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Minimal Biosolids Stabilization for Maximum Biogas Production

Trends in the Northeast are moving toward stricter landfilling regulations. Should stricter regulations be enforced, anaerobic digestion offers a potential solution to biosolids management, shifting biogas production from the landfill to the treatment facility. However, given current regulations, landfilling biosolids offers the most cost effective option and greatest energy benefit for landfills. This WEF paper discusses landfilling biosolids, using the Monroe County Department of Environmental Services as a case study. This public agency has employed a unique biosolids management plan that efficiently disposes of unstabilized biosolids in a landfill, creating a source of usable energy as a byproduct.

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