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sludge

 [sluj]
a suspension of solid or semisolid particles in a fluid.

sludge

(slŭdj),
A muddy sediment.
See also: sludged blood.

sludge

(sluj) a suspension of solid or semisolid particles in a fluid which itself may or may not be a truly viscous fluid.

sludge

a suspension of solid or semisolid particles in a fluid.

activated sludge
a means of encouraging biodegradation. See also activated sludge.
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The sewage sludge was collected in the Treatment Station of Montes Claros (ETE Vieira), in September 2013 and showed the following composition: organic matter = 42.
There has been a limited study in triticale production with sewage sludge application by testing whether sewage sludge can be substituted for inorganic mineral fertilizers or not.
Sewage sludge was dried in an oven at 45[degrees]C for 5 days and subsequently 20kg of the feedstock was pyrolyzed over 3 hours, at approximately 450-650[degrees]C, based upon thermal gun measurements.
Therefore, this study was undertaken to: 1) elucidate the potential of Jatropha curcas and Hibiscus cannabinus to clean up toxic heavy metals in soils treated with sewage sludge; and 2) to determine the availability and relative distribution of various forms of the metals in the sewage sludge and treated soils.
Soils treated with 10% sewage sludge and cultivated with Hibiscus cannabinus.
I would like to ask the new owner, Mr Li, to ensure that Northumbrian Water takes its responsibilities to the environment and local people a bit more seriously and cease the storage of sewage sludge in our countryside.
2]S, VOC) emitted to the environment during sewage sludge composting as well as the possibilities of reducing these emissions by employing natural additives.
Since entire communities are impacted by the down-wind drift of sewage sludge land application and runoff of the biosolids to water sources, the next JEH article entitled "Community Testing: A Commentary," (Direct from ATSDR, Vol.
TFP is a hydrothermal process that uses heat and pressure to convert sewage sludge, a by-product of municipal wastewater treatment plants, into a high-energy fuel.