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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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Contract award: handling of sewage sludge from wastewater treatment plants in kE[sup.
Phosphate content in digested Fe-dosed sludge liquor decreased by 80% for both Fe-dosed sludges compared to phosporus content in fed sludge liquor.
7, when using chitosan, the cakes resulted from aerobic digested and returned activated sludges were about 13% and 10.
The treated human sewage, known as sludge, is being used on celds to grow crops including maize, corn and oats.
Centriquip is helping industry to protect the environment with its new mobile dewatering centrifuges that bring sludge disposal technology right where it's needed.
Proportions (%) of metals present in nominal fractions (McLaren and Clucas 2001) in spiked and unspiked sludges Sludge Soluble and Specific- Oxide Organic Residual exchange- ally bound and able sorbed sulfide bound Cd Spiked 18.
For example, recent work in the United States suggests that environmental levels of some EDCs are at least an order of magnitude greater in sewage sludges here than in Europe.
A review of the literature suggests that, in terms of risk, significant concentrations of human pathogens could be expected in sludges applied to agricultural land.
N-Viro has also recently filed applications for patents to cover a stabilization process and product technology for treating bio-organic sludges such as pharmaceutical fermentation wastes, industrial microbial wastes, paper mill sludges and similar materials.
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
The sludge to be dewatered consists of a mixture of fibrous and biological sludges, as well as chemical sludges from the mill s CTMP line.