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Re: [greenyes] Biosolids Injection Wells


Keith,

Have you considered the effects of disposing of human pathogen laden
materials into pristine, pathogen free soil formations? Not to mention the
physical difficulty of pumping bioSOLIDS into tight oil formations. Let's
not unknowingly create a longer term problem by myopically seeking a
solution for a near term problem ala MTBE.

Land application of biosolids works well when done using appropriate
agronomic rates for ALL the components in the Biosolids.

Art Krenzel, P.E.
PHOENIX TECHNOLOGIES
10505 NE 285TH Street
Battle Ground, WA 98604
360-666-1883 voice
phoenix98604@no.address

----- Original Message -----
From: "keith mcdonald" <weedeat@no.address>
To: <greenyes@no.address>
Sent: Tuesday, February 17, 2004 5:23 AM
Subject: [greenyes] Biosolids Injection Wells


> I have read a lot on using old oil wells for injection of biosolids deep
> underground is the really a good method of disposing of biosolids or is
land
> applying biosoilds a better way of recycling the material. Thanks Keith
> McDonald
>
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