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Michigan's Biosolids Program

The Michigan Biosolids Program is administered by the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE). The Michigan Department of Agriculture & Rural Development's (MDARD) role in the Michigan's Biosolids Program is Education and Technical Assistance to those individuals affected by the land application of biosolids. EGLE and MDARD have partnered with Michigan Farm Bureau Michigan State University Extension and the Michigan Water Environment Association to form a Michigan Biosolids Team to provide leadership and promote beneficial uses of Biosolids and to make Michigan a national leader in environmentally sound Biosolids processes and products.

2021 Agro Expo Demo Plot

2021 Biosolids Annual Report

Biosolids Newsletter: October 2021

Biosolids Information

Biosolids Management Guidelines

Frequently Asked Biosolids Questions

Biosolids Fact Sheet

Biosolids Fact Supplement 1

Biosolids Fact Supplement 2

Biosolids Fact Supplement 3

Biosolids Fact Supplement 4

State Biosolids Contact List

Demo Plot Results Archive

Biosolids Newsletter Archive