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 beneficial use of biosolids 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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- Illicit drug consumption estimations derived from wastewater analysis: A critical review
- Illicit drugs in Canadian municipal wastewater and estimates of community drug use
- Spatial and temporal variations in the occurrence of cocaine and benzoylecgonine in waste- and surface water from Belgium and removal during wastewater treatment
- Temporal variability of pharmaceuticals and illicit drugs in wastewater and the effects of a major sporting event
- Mass loading and removal of select illicit drugs in two wastewater treatment plants in New York State and estimation of illicit drug usage in communities through wastewater analysis
- Heavy metal concentrations in earthworms from soil amended with sewage sludge
- Fate and uptake of pharmaceuticals in soil-earthworm systems
- Bioaccumulation of pharmaceuticals and other anthropogenic waste indicators in earthworms from agricultural soil amended with biosolid or swine manure
- Polybrominated diphenyl ether accumulation in an agricultural soil ecosystem receiving wastewater sludge amendments
- Effect of sewage-sludge application on concentrations of higher-brominated diphenyl ethers in soils and earthworms