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Sussex County Council has applied for renewal of a Non-Hazardous Liquid Waste Transporters Permit that which allows the transport of septage, biosolids and sludge to be disposed of at county-owned wastewater treatment facilities.
Solids generated in the treatment of sanitary wastewater are known as biosolids. Solids generated in the treatment of wastewater without a sanitary component are known as non-hazardous waste residuals. These solid products may be permitted for land application as a fertilizer and for other end uses.
The DNREC Surface Water Discharges Section will hold a public information meeting on Turf Care Supply Corporation’s application for a distribution and marketing permit for heat dried Class A/Exceptional Quality biosolids products.
The City of Seaford has applied for renewal of a permit to produce composted biosolids product at the Seaford Wastewater Treatment and Composting Facility located on the south side of the Seaford, adjacent to the Nanticoke River.
Kent County Levy court has submitted an application for renewal of their permit for the land treatment of biosolids at the Vineyard Farm, near Frederica.
Sussex County Council has applied for a distribution and marketing permit to store and sell or give away fertilizer products that contain heat dried “Class A” “Exceptional Quality” biosolids.
Old Line Environmental, Inc. has applied for renewal of a permit to transport municipal or industrial biosolids to be disposed of at out-of-state permitted facilities and the New Castle County Sewer System.
The Surface Water Discharges Section will hold a virtual public meeting (June 17, 2020) and a virtual public hearing (June 25, 2020) on an application by Synagro Technologies, Inc. for a permit to sell biosolids fertilizer products in Delaware.
The City of Wilmington and Veolia North America submitted a permit application requesting a distribution and marketing permit to distribute and market products containing pasteurized “Class A” “Exceptional Quality” biosolids product throughout the State of Delaware.
The DNREC Surface Water Discharges Section will conduct a virtual public information meeting on an application from Synagro Technologies, Inc. for a distribution and marketing permit for heat dried Class A/Exceptional Quality biosolids product.
Sussex County Council has applied for renewal of a permit to operate a land treatment system for the agricultural utilization of biosolids at several wastewater treatment facilities.
The City of Rehoboth Beach has requested renewal of their existing agricultural utilization permit which allows the land application of stabilized Class B biosolids, generated at the City of Rehoboth Beach Wastewater Treatment Facility onto an 85-acre portion of the James Well Farm, at agronomic rates.
Sussex County Council has applied for renewal and amendment of its permit to apply thermally treated and lime stabilized biosolids, generated at the South Coastal Regional Wastewater Treatment Facility, onto farmland as a fertilizer and liming agent.
The DNREC Surface Water Discharges Section will conduct a public meeting on Veolia North America’s permit application for a distribution and marketing permit for Class A/Exceptional Quality biosolids generated at the City of Wilmington Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Clean Delaware has requested several amendments to their existing agricultural utilization permit that allows land treatment of stabilized biosolids other approved land treatable wastes onto three non-contiguous farms near Milton, Harbeson, and Ellendale.
NaturalLawn of America has requested a distribution & marketing permit to sell fertilizer products containing heat dried biosolids in Delaware. The biosolids are generated at the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago’s Stickney Water Reclamation Plant and stabilized at the Metropolitan Biosolids Management heat drying facility, both located in Cicero, Illinois.
The Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District has applied for a permit to distribute and market their biosolids product in Delaware.
The Watershed Resource Center, Inc. biosolids treatment, soil blending, and fertilizer manufacturing facility, located in Curtis Bay, Maryland, requests issuance of a distribution and marketing permit in the State of Delaware for their biosolids product.
Kent County Levy Court has applied for renewal of an existing agricultural utilization permit and a renewal of an existing distribution and marking permit related to the county’s wastewater treatment system, the land application of treated biosolids, and the marketing of their biosolids product known as “Kentorganite.”