||US 40CFR503 regulation's impact on human health and environment and its significance to POTWS / J. E. Smith, Jr., and Robert B. Brobst, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Smith, J. E. ;
Brobst, R. B.
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||PB99-104036 ; EPA/600/A-98/112
Sewage sludge ;
Sludge disposal ;
Human health ;
Environmental impacts ;
Waste water treatment ;
Sewage treatment plants ;
Sludge drying ;
Sludge treatment ;
Waste utilization ;
Pathogenic microorganisms ;
Disease vectors ;
POTW(Publicly Owned Treatment Works) ;
Publicly Owned Treatment Works ;
40 CFR Part 503 ;
Regulatory impact analysis
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This paper discusses the beneficial use of biosolids (properly treated sewage sludge) in the United States (US). The situation prior to the current regulation, 40CFR503, is contrasted with that during its preparation and implementation.
"EPA/600/A-98/112." "September 1998." "Presented at Annual Conference of the Australian Water and Wastewater Association, Brisbane, Australia, April 26-29, 1998." "PB99-104036." Includes bibliographical references.