Biosolids and Water Quality Concerns
February 14, 2019 / 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Eastern

Presentation Slides | Video Recording

Biosolids are a byproduct from domestic wastewater treatment.  Biosolids may be useful as a soil conditioner and fertilizer for certain farming operations.  However, improper or excessive disposal of biosolids can cause or contribute to impairments in receiving waterbodies.  This webinar provided an overview of biosolids from an MS4’s point of view, including the best practices for the disposal of biosolids, potential impacts of biosolids on local waters and the work of FDEP’s Biosolids Technical Advisory Committee.  Possible legislation and rule revisions that may be considered in 2019 were discussed.  The webinar was brought to FSA members free of charge thanks to the sponsorship of Applied Sciences. Continuing education credits are not offered for free webinars.



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Brett Cunningham, PE, Managing Director / Sr Vice President
Jones Edmunds & Associates

Maurice Barker, Engineer
Domestic Wastewater Program, FDEP

Thomas Frick, Director
Division of Environmental Assessment and Restoration, FDEP

Stephanie Gudeman, Manager
Division of Water Resource Management, FDEP

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