Residuals, sludge, and biosolids: Advancements in the field
Water Environment Research
Advancements in the field of residuals, sludge, and biosolids have been made in 2019. This review outlines the major contributions of researchers that have been published in peer-reviewed journals and conference proceedings throughout 2019 and includes brief summaries from over 125 articles. The review is organized in sections including life cycle and risk assessments; characteristics, quality, and measurement including micropollutants, nanoparticles, pathogens, and metals; sludge treatment technologies including dewatering, digestion, composting, and wetlands; disposal and reuse including adsorbents, land application and agricultural uses, nutrient recovery, and innovative uses; odor and air emissions; and energy issues.
Brisolara, Kari B.; Gentile, Bailey; Puszykowski, Kate; and Bourgeois, John, "Residuals, sludge, and biosolids: Advancements in the field" (2020). School of Public Health Faculty Publications. 69.