‚ÄčThe Pontiac Clinton River Water Resource Recovery Facility recently completed the construction of a new Thermal Hydrolysis Pretreatment (THP) system, sludge dewatering system improvements, expansion and improvement of the existing dewatered biosolids storage facility, and construction of a new septage receiving facility. The THP system is a newer and innovative process that involves conditioning of the sludge under high heat prior to anaerobic digestion. This process results in a more easily digested sludge and a Class A  Exceptional Biosolids.

 About Clinton River Biosolids

 More About Biosolids

Frequent Questions about Biosolids from the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

Biosolids Frequently Asked Questions from the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rual Development (MDARD) 

FAQs for Biosolids Regulated Entities from the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes & Energy.

 Questions About Our Biosolids?

‚ÄčIf you have more questions about the Clinton River Facility or our Biosolids Process please contact us by sending an email to