Real people are sick and dying across this Country from exposure to sewage sludge pollutants in biosolids.
Part 503.9(t) Pollutant is an organic substance, an inorganic substance, a combination of organic and
inorganic substances, or a pathogenic organism that, after discharge and upon exposure, ingestion,
inhalation, or assimilation into an organism either directly from the environment or indirectly by ingestion
through the food chain, could, on the basis of information available to the Administrator of EPA, cause
death, disease, behavioral abnormalities, cancer, genetic mutations, physiological malfunctions
(including malfunction in reproduction), or physical deformations in either organisms (humans) or
offspring (children) of the organisms.
EPA and the sewage industry have refused to investigate or release a list of the victims who have requested help under EPA's Charter
Biosolids is the public relations term for sewage sludge that is contaminated with pollutants that EPA has admitted cause illness and deaths.
In 1995 Toxic Sludge is Good for You
exposed the EPA?WEF public relations
scam to put your health at risk.
Review 1996 NRC Study
USE OF RECLAIMED WATER &
SLUDGE ON FOOD CROPS
Based on the report, it is only a matter
of time before bacterial food poisoning
of America’s Sewage Sludge
|"Federal law provides use or disposal of sludge is a local determination"
WHY are there so many sludge victims and sludge pollution of surface and groundwater?
BECAUSE, around the country, the sludge bullies (U.S. EPA, waste industry and state "regulators")
are forcing toxic/pathogenic wastes from urban and industrial sources on unwilling rural
THE PROBLEM the sludge bullies are ignoring is that federal law and the U. S. Congress always
intended that sludge use or disposal be a "local determination".
AND under the Supremacy Clause of the U. S. Constitution, federal law trumps state law. The
states do not have the right to usurp, rescind, preempt or overrule the local control clearly and
specifically granted by the federal Clean Water Act and 40 CFR (Code of Federal Regulations)
Parts 501 and 503.
The EPA has stated that the federal sludge rules (40 CFR Part 503) are MINIMUM standards.
State or localities cannot adopt weaker regulations, but they CAN enact more stringent rules.
VIEW THE FEDERAL LAWS AND EPA/WASTE INDUSTRY COMMUNICATIONS
ACKNOWLEDGING LOCAL CONTROL OVER SLUDGE USE OR DISPOSAL:
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