• Local Monitors in Virginia

    According to the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission report on biosolids prepared in 2017, “localities indicated that their monitoring programs are valuable to them because they allow them to

  • Field crew provides value to farm near Virginia battlefield

    On June 8, 1863, Union General Alfred Pleasonton launched a surprise attack on the Confederate Calvary stationed at Brandy Station. General Pleasonton’s troops were the front line for the largest

  • Article of Interest – Organic Residuals & PFAAs

    Organic chemicals like perfluoroalkyl acids (PFAAs) have been used in society for more than 50 years. While small amounts of PFOA and PFOS have been found in biosolids, the fact

  • Neil Zahradka of DEQ

    VBC Holds Informational Session

    Recently the Virginia Biosolids Council (VBC) hosted an informational session on biosolids for invited guests who represented a variety of organizations, including state and local government, agricultural and agricultural business

  • EPA Releases Biennial Review

    The U.S. EPA recently released its Biennial Review for biosolids for 2013 and 2015, which is required by the Clean Water Act. The review did not identify any pollutants for additional regulation.

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