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0 parts soil to one part biosolids (mass basis). The actual ratio used in day-to-day operations will depend on the moisture content of the received biosolids. 91 m) in thickness. 3–31 cm) in thickness. 2 m) in thickness. 26. An advantage of an area-fill-layer operation is that completed fill areas are relatively stable. , personnel and equipment requirements) is not as extensive as for area-fill mounds. The principal disadvantage of an area-fill-layer operation is poor land utilization. Biosolids application rates for such facilities range from 2000 to 9000 cubic yards per acre (3780–17,000 m3/ha).