Fresh/Undigested Sludge in Planted Drying Beds

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Fresh/Undigested Sludge in Planted Drying Beds


Any experience of using fresh/undigested sludge in Planted Drying Beds?

Our experience so far shows that fresh sludge tends to clog the beds, have a lesser to dewater, and takes a much larger time to dry as compared to digested sludge.

But considering the fact that we need to cater to the demand of treating fresh sludge overflowing from temporary shelters, establishments what might be the possible technical solutions?

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