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A plain English guide to the EPA part 503 biosolids rule /
Biosolids Management Handbook for Small to Medium Size POTWs US EPA Regions VIII and X, August 5, 1993, Grand Junction CO
Biosolids Management Handbook for Small to Medium Size POTWs US EPA Regions VIII and X, September 22, 1993
Environmental regulations and technology : control of pathogens and vector attraction in sewage sludge (including domestic septage) under 40 CFR part 503 /
EPA's Policy Promoting the Beneficial Use of Sewage Sludge and the New Proposed Technical Sludge Regulations.
Guide to field storage of biosolids : and other organic by-products used in agriculture and for soil resource management /
Guide to the biosolids risk assessments for the EPA Part 503 rule.
Investigation of Alternative Means for Demonstrating Compliance with the Part 503 Total Hydrocarbon Operational Standards.
Part 503 implementation guidance.
Post Proposal Work Group for the 40 CFR Part 503 Sewage Sludge Use and Disposal Regulations.
Technical support document for land application of sewage sludge
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.
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