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Hi,

In addition to Brian's response, I would say that the treatment of sludge in situ is usually very hard, especially if it is quite wet. Pit additives have been shown to have little effectiveness (see this doc), and composting happens only with quite dry content. So I'd say either leave in situ and limit contamination (burying / taking farther away from water sources), or pumping and putting into a drying bed (often one the cheapest treatment options), depending on climate, transport, etc.

Good luck and please give mroe details of location / possibilities if you need more details.

Hi,

In addition to Brian's response, I would say that the treatment of sludge in situ is usually very hard, especially if it is quite wet. Pit additives have been shown to have little effectiveness (see this doc), and composting happens only with quite dry content. So I'd say either leave in situ and limit contamination (burying / taking farther away from water sources), or pumping and putting into a drying bed (often one the cheapest treatment options), depending on climate, transport, etc.

Good luck and please give mroe more details of location / possibilities if you need more details.