Adoption of the EPA 40 CFR Part 503 regulations opened
new doors in all aspects of biosolids management. Cumbersome permitting and
reporting requirements were scaled down to a simple notification, depending on
the State. Innovative technologies can still offer cost effective means of
satisfying "beneficial reuse" clauses common in municipal contracts.
Composting, land application, alkaline stabilization and other alternatives
should be considered whenever long term biosolids strategies are evaluated.
Individuals responsible for sewage sludge management decisions may benefit from
our engineering and regulatory expertise. Bayer-Risse Engineering, Inc.
conducts feasibility studies that evaluate various alternatives for biosolids
management. These studies may consider many separate alternatives or one
Once an alternative has been selected Bayer-Risse
Engineering, Inc. will prepare design plans and file for the permits necessary
to implement the alternative. We are capable of handling all aspects of the
project including environmental studies and reports, public hearings, etc. We
have also worked as an integral part of a design team handling one specific
aspect of a project.
Bayer-Risse Engineering, Inc. has diverse contacts
in the biosolids arena and has found homes for many wayward sludges. We are
familiar with the regulators in several states and can broker our client's