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The Importance of Sludge Removal and Management in Lagoons

One of the biggest benefits of using quality, flexible geomembrane liners in sewage lagoons is the improvements to the sludge removal process. 

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Signs of Trouble with a Sewage Lagoon

A sewage lagoon may look like it’s operating the same as it always has while water is secretly leaking out of a low quality, cracked liner. 

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Anaerobic, Aerobic, and Aerated Lagoons

All sewage lagoons rely on some kind of bacteria to break down waste. 

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What Liners Work Best for Sewage Lagoons?

It’s vitally important to never settle for any random pond liner for a sewage lagoon.

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Processing and Polishing Lagoons for Wastewater

In addition to storage lagoons only designed to hold waste for pumping, most sewage ponds fall into either the processing or polishing category of treatment. 

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Risks of Both Active and Closed Sewage Lagoon

Sewage lagoons, when properly designed, are often in use for two decades or longer before being retired. 

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Residential vs Commercial Sewage Lagoons

The term lagoon can apply to both small-scale waste ponds and large, commercial, sewage treatment plants. 

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The Basics of Sewage Lagoons

All sewage lagoons share some features, although the specific mechanisms of water treatment can vary greatly between designs.

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