Outwater Alice

Outwater  Alice

B.S. Alice B.Out water is a B.S. Alice B.Out water is a B.S. Alice B. a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Vermont (1983) and a M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Vermont (1985). She earned a bachelor's degree in Technology and Policy from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1987 and worked for the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority in residuals management, where she oversaw the decade's largest wastewater engineering project: the $6 billion Boston Harbor Clean-Up. Out wash was part of the team that developed and conducted the program that switched 200 dry tons of sludge a day from ocean disposal to beneficial reuse as an engineer specializing in minor residuals and novel methods for sludge reuse. She has authored a number of technical studies on the reuse of sludge and scum. This book is a how-to guide for repurposing sludge and minor residuals.