Dr. Sally Brown doesn’t need much of an introduction. You probably already read her Biocycle column like a dedicated fan, and check out her monthly Northwest Biosolids library write ups to see what the hot new research is. Many of you have worked with her for decades, and many more of you entered the biosolids world as her graduate student. Dr.
By Norah Kates, University of Washington
What happens to the water that falls on our cities every time it rains? A lot of the answer depends on what comes in contact with that water as it runs down rooftops, over streets, through gardens, and eventually – sometimes through creeks, rivers, or lakes – into the Puget Sound. What that water picks up along the way has big implications for environmental health.
So how do we keep the Sound clean, or help make it cleaner than it is now? And what do soil and biosolids have to do with that?
By Sally Brown, University of Washington
Abstracts of these resources are available in the searchable Information Portal offered to Northwest Biosolids members.
A changing framework for urban water systems