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Apr 12, 2021

SLUDGE DRYING BEDS REVIEW CHECKLIST Page 2 Water Quality – Wastewater Technical Review and Guidance Water/Wastewater/#5.74, May 2001 UNIT SIZING - 8” maximum depth of wet sludge. The total bed area calculation should consider: Volume of wet sludge; Depth of wet sludge drawn to beds (8” max. recommended);

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