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Lessons from nature: How we create resources from wastewater
In this video, Dr. Darrell Rodgers of Seattle and King County Public Health explains how engineering technology mimics natural processes in wastewater treatment plants to produce Loop biosolides, biogas, and recycled water.
44 page report from 2016 details the riparian revegetation strategy for the Green/Duwamish and Central Puget Sound Watershed (WRIA 9). The report highlights the need for streamside forest cover to protect salmon and meet directives of the Endangered Species Act, the Clean Water ACt, and Native American fishing rights.
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Sustainability in King County's Waste Water Treatment Divison
This infographic details King County WTD's 2019 efforts relating to sustainability including their Loop Biosolids program. The resource provides data relating to their energy savings, recycled water distributed, and more.