Peter Griffin posted in agriculture • biosolids • biowaste • contamination on October 12th, 2009.
Biowaste is the unavoidable end-point of our civilisation. It’s made up of all of our waste, including biosolids (sewage sludge) and biodegradable material that is nutrient-rich. Many countries use a large proportion of treated biosolids on their agricultural land, and it’s a strategy to which New Zealand is giving increasing thought. While countries such as […]
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