Everyone has a story. Our story is making an endlessly renewable resource from wastewater. Our friends’ stories are what happens next – and how they are inspired by it.

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Growing sustainable food at CitySoil Farm

How Loop® biosolids are made

What are biosolids and how are they made? Staff from King County Wastewater Treatment Division show how they transform raw wastewater into Loop® biosolids. After the transformation is complete, the endlessly renewable soil amendment is used to fertilize farms, forests, and gardens.

WSU soil scientist connects soil, biosolids & sustainability

Washington State University soil scientist, Craig Cogger, Ph.D., talks about the incredible properties of soil. To Craig, it makes sense to return the nutrients and carbon in biosolids back to the soil in order to grow crops sustainably and fight climate change by sequestering carbon.

Fertilizing with biosolids: building soil, better crops

Using biosolids as a fertilizer replacement goes further than sustainability – it helps farmers make gains in their soil and grow better crops from year to year. Eastern Washington grain farmers describe how biosoilds have helped them to build up the body of their soil with organic matter, fight wind erosion, and preserve the acreage they hope to leave to their families to farm.

Biosolids and forestry: You’re part of the cycle

Executive Director of the Northwest Biosolids, Maile Lono-Batura, tells of how she first heard about biosolids in high school biology. An environmental educator from Mountains to Sound Greenway spoke to Maile’s class about biosolids as a tool in sustainable forestry. That moment of inspiration led to her career in biosolids management.

Gardening with Loop® biosolids – it’s like magic

Gardener and soil scientist, Kate Kurtz, discusses why she chooses GroCo compost made with Loop® biosolids in her home vegetable garden. For Kate, it’s a choice of environmental ethics and she knows it grows a lush, beautiful garden

Why care about healthy soil and biosolids?

Who uses Loop® and why? Farmers, foresters, gardeners, and environmental educators all use Loop® because it works to create healthier, more productive, and more sustainable soils.

Farming sustainably with Loop® biosolids

Natural Selection Farms father and daughter team, Ted and Chelsea Durfey, discuss why they fertilize with biosolids — to preserve healthy soil for generations to come. They take a lot of pride in being responsible stewards of the land by returning the carbon and nutrients in Loop® biosolids back to the soil.

Sustainable forestry & biosolids in the Mountains to Sound Greenway

Mountains to Sound Greenway Educator, Sally Kentch, talks about the relationship of forests, water, soil, and biosolids. If we understand how ecosystems work, we will be more likely to protect the beautiful place where we live.