The mission of the Northwest Biosolids Management Association is to advance environmental sustainability through the beneficial use of biosolids.
Members of the Northwest Biosolids Management Association (NBMA) support the biosolids recycling and have joined forces to meet the challenge of finding safe, economical ways to manage biosolids. The organization's purpose is to share knowledge about biosolids management between member agencies and companies; local, state and federal regulators; and the general public.
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- Review of microplastics in cosmetics
- Accumulation of microplastic on shorelines worldwide: sources and sinks
- Synthetic fibers as an indicator of land application of sludge
- Microplastic in terrestrial ecosystems and the soil?
- Biodegradable microbead alternative for cosmetics
- Can direct conversion of used nitrogen to new feed and protein help feed the world?
- Recovery of ammonia from swine manure using gas-permeable membranes: Effect of waste strength and pH
- Phosphorus in manure and sewage sludge more recyclable than in soluble inorganic fertilizer
- Life cycle assessment of phosphorus alternatives for Swedish agriculture
- We should expect more from our sewage sludge
- Characterization, recovery opportunities, and valuation of metals in municipal sludges from U.S. wastewater treatment plants nationwide
- Enhancing toxic metal removal from acidified sludge with nitrite addition
- Direct and complete phosphorus recovery from municipal wastewater using a hybrid microfiltration-forward osmosis membrane bioreactor process with seawater brine as draw solution
- Platforms for energy and nutrient recovery from domestic wastewater: A review