Credit: PETER MATULAVICH/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Wastewater being treated in primary sedimentation tanks at sewage treatment plant in Southern California. Here solid waste settles to the bottom of the tanks where they are collected as biosolids, or sludge, which can be used as a nutrient-rich crop fertilizer. Sewage treatment is a multi-stage operation that includes physical, chemical and biological processes to remove contaminates from water.

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Keywords: biosolids, contaminate, discharge, fertilizer, plant, release, removal, sediment, sewage treatment, sewage treatment plant, sludge, southern california, tank, waste water, wastewater

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Sewage Treatment Plant

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