Sludge 101

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...And on the coattails of the Soil issue for E Magazine, a segment on sewage sludge land application and health. We completely missed this one. Thanks E! As a side note, sewage sludge (60% applied back onto our lands) is only regulated for 9 incorganic contaminants and 2 bacteria. In many cases, toxic organic contaminants were turning up in the sludges and exceeding typical soil screening limits on superfund sites. Find out more here.

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