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Virginia Biosolids Council hosts webinar on PFAS and Emerging Issues

The Virginia Biosolids Council hosted a webinar on November 16 on PFAS and Emerging Issues. The webinar featured the following speakers and topics: David Tobias of the U.S. EPA, who…

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Bill Franklin Farm in Rye Cove: A Family Tradition

Established in the 1800s, the Bill Franklin farm in Duffield, Virginia, continues to be family run.  Bill Franklin is the third generation to farm his land.  His grandfather was a…

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Governor Youngkin Visits with VBC at the Virginia State Fair

Virginia Biosolids Council President Ed Edmondson highlighted the beneficial use of biosolids at the Virginia State Fair when Governor Glenn Younkin stopped by as part of the Governor’s annual tour…

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Information on PFAS added to VBC Web Resources

Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, are ubiquitous in our environment. Since PFAS is in so many products consumers use every day, trace amounts of PFAS can of course be found…

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ORGANIC MATTER:  BENEFICIAL FOR THE EARTH AND THE BOTTOM LINE

Organic Matter is reused every day from productive composting, fertilizing, and recycling. Demand is growing for the beneficial recycling of organic matter from coffee grounds to poultry litter to highly treated…

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Beneficial Recycling: Productive Composting, Fertilizing and Utilization of Biosolids

Recycling our newspapers, soda cans, water and soda bottles is second nature; composting is also trending, providing a productive use for coffee grounds, fruit cores, leaves, grass, etc. But did…

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What Are Biosolids

During the water recycling process, bacteria and other tiny organisms feed on the solid material and break the wastewater down into harmless organic matter. The organic matter combined with bacterial…

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It’s safe. This is supported by overwhelming scientific evidence and over 40 years of practical experience.It’s good for the land. Agriculture application and composting of biosolids benefit the environment by…

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