Sewage sludge analysis

According to the terminology, sewage sludge is a by-product, a waste generated in the industrial and municipal sewage treatment plant in the process of sewage treatment. Sewage sludge analysis is performed mainly for the purposes of this product management.

Industrial wastewater in clarifier of a sewage treatment plant

Sewage sludge can be used in agriculture, for land reclamation in order to agricultural and non-agricultural purposes arising from the waste management plan, zoning plan and zoning and land development decision as well as for the plants cultivation for the compost and fodder production and plants which are not intended for consumption cultivation.

Producer is responsible for the correct use of sewage sludge, and also for its testing.

WESSLING Polska perform sewage sludge analysis using accredited and reference methods. We offer comprehensive support, also with results interpretation.

We are making sewage sludge analysis according to Rozporządzenie Ministra Środowiska z dnia 6 lutego 2015 r. w sprawie komunalnych osadów ściekowych.


  • Accredited sewage sludge sampling
  • Accredited analysis of physicochemical parameters such as: pH, dry matter, organic matter, nitrogen, phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, heavy metals 
  • Accredited analysis of microbiological parameters: eggs of intestinal parasites (Ascaris, Trichuris, Toxocara), Salmonella
  • Report with analysis results
  • Development of documentation regarding the determination of the permissible sludge dose for agricultural or natural use

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