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Related to sludges: Biosolid, raw sludge, Sewage sludge

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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ANDRITZ to supply new sludge dewatering line to Norske Skog Halden, Norway
The anaerobic digestion of sludge leads to the formation of struvite because ammonia, phosphate and magnesium are solubilised by the digestion process (Mamais et al.
In this case, the cakes resulted from filtering aerobic digested and returned activated sludges were about 13% and 10.
Yet Severn Trent has defended the sludge sales, which are backed by the Government.
It has been generally considered that the presence of metals in soil treated with sewage sludge is confined to the cultivation zone with very little movement below that depth (e.
His research focuses on the analysis, sources, behavior, and effects of organic contaminants in effluents, sludges, and the environment.
The use of sewage sludge as fertilizer is back in the news as the City of Toronto proposes to turn its processed sewage into a soil amendment.
In testimony at the Lahontan Regional Water Quality Control Board's workshop on sludge Nov.
The sludge may be stabilized by anaerobic or aerobic digestion, or in some cases, economically destroyed by incineration or similar means.
Informal procedures for land application of sludges were developed gradually from 1975 to 1985 by cooperating agencies (WVDNR and WVU CES).
Legislation which would prohibit the interstate transport of municipal sewage sludge for use on agricultural lands (H.
CHAPTER 1: SLUDGE SOURCES, QUANTITIES, AND MANAGEMENT CHAPTER 2: SLUDGE CHARACTERISTICS CHAPTER 3: SLUDGE STABILIZATION CHAPTER 4: SLUDGE PUMPING AND CONVEYING CHAPTER 5: SLUDGE THICKENING CHAPTER 6: SLUDGE DEWATERING CHAPTER 7: SLUDGE CONDITIONING CHAPTER 8: SLUDGE DRYING AND COMBUSTION CHAPTER 9: CHEMICAL SLUDGES CHAPTER 10: LAND DISPOSAL OF SLUDGE AS BIOSOLIDS