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The National Biosolids Partnership (NBP), an alliance of WEF and National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) with advisory support from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), recognizes the Denver Metro Wastewater Reclamation District as the eighth wastewater agency in the nation to be certified and admitted to the Partnership’s environmental management system (EMS) for biosolids program.
Denver is one of more than 80 demonstration agencies participating in the NBP EMS for biosolids program. Denver’s achievement recognizes that the agency has been independently verified as having an effective biosolids EMS. The verification signifies that Denver meets the requirements for certification and admittance to the NBP EMS program and supports excellence in biosolids management practices, exceeds regulatory compliance obligations, and provides meaningful opportunities for public participation.
For more information on the Denver Metro Wastewater Reclamation District’s Biosolids EMS program, visit: http://www.metrowastewater.com/biosolids.asp.
For more information on the NBP EMS program, visit: http://www.biosolids.org. Additional information relating to a planned EMS celebratory event will be posted on the NBP and Metro Wastewater Reclamation District’s web sites at a later date.