Comment 63378

By mrgrande (registered) | Posted May 11, 2011 at 10:59:17 in reply to Comment 63377

Basic math time!

From here

The public-private partnership is estimated to cost the city at least $151.3 million over 30 years.

So, 30 years of 38,567 tonnes is $84,461,730. I tried factoring in a sludge increase of about 0.6% each year (based on the City's population growth estimates) and 2% inflation, and came up with $116,743,818.52, but take that number with a grain of salt.

Another consideration is where we get these 22 hectares per tonne. Can this be spread on farmers fields?

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