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Dogfish Head Craft Brewery has applied to renew a permit to transport non-hazardous liquid waste (including brewery wastewater and residuals) to be disposed of via land application at various permitted locations.
Dogfish Head Craft Brewery of Milton requested renewal of their existing agricultural utilization permit which authorizes the surface application of limited quantities of brewery vessel wash down water onto approximately 88 acres of farmland, located near the Town of Milton.
Kent County Levy Court has applied for renewal of an existing agricultural utilization permit and a renewal of an existing distribution and marking permit related to the county’s wastewater treatment system, the land application of treated biosolids, and the marketing of their biosolids product known as “Kentorganite.”
Certain by-products of wastewater treatment, known as biosolids, and non-hazardous residuals from solid waste treatment, can be used, under certain circumstances, in limited agricultural applications or as landfill. These uses are governed by the Guidance and Regulations Governing the Land Treatment of Wastes (7 DE Admin. Code 7103).