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Beneficial use of biosolids expands in Canada

, : Beneficial use of biosolids expands in Canada. BioCycle 36(3): 79-82

Utilization of sewage sludge (biosolids) in Canada is reviewed. Practices adopted include land application, composting and pellet production, with application on agricultural land the most common beneficial use option. Application is by direct injection or surface spraying.

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