EPA HAS TURNED THE LAWS UPSIDE DOWN
2008 EPA FIGHTS LEGAL BID TO RE-OPEN WORLD TRADE CENTER PROBE — Whistleblower Seeks
Restoration of Independent EPA Ombudsman
2008, EPA's Rick Stevens attempts to explain the Part 503 Food Crop Restrictions
2007 EPA states the term Biosolids and Sludge are interchangeable, however, in the Federal Register
EPA states the terms cause confusion and the legal name is sewage sludge.
2007 Congressman Waxman wants to know why, "Today, more than ten years after these laws were
passed and eight years after the FQPA deadline, EPA has not tested a single chemical for endocrine-
disrupting effects according to the 1996 provisions"
2007 EPA claims it lacks data but its going to do its job one of these days
2007 Toxic metal limits in hazardous zinc fertilizer
2006 Environmental Fate and Effects of Antibacterial Agents in the waste treatment plant and sludge
2003 - EPA REQUESTED CDC TO REVIEW AVAILABLE INFORMATION ON HUMAN HEALTH FROM SLUDGE USE
Since CDC was a signatory party to the EPA's sludge use policy on food crops, asking CDC to review
human health complaints was like the cat asking a lab mouse to do its bidding.
The sludge - biosolids regulation is totally based on perceived exclusions in the Environmental Laws
EPA has attempted to hide the fact that there are some very deadly pathogens and chemicals in sludge -
biosolids which toxic pollutants and hazardous waste by law
Numbers to die with.
Exclusions used by EPA'S to create the PART 503 SLUDGE DISPOSAL REGULATION: (biosolids)
CLEAN WATER ACT
Beneficial sludge - biosolids is disposed of based on exclusion --- stormwater runoff from agricultural
COMPREHENSIVE ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSE, COMPENSATION, AND LIABILITY/ (CERCLA) (SARA)
Beneficial sludge - biosolids is disposed of based on exclusion -- normal application of fertilizer
2005 CERCLA Priority List of Hazardous Substances
RESOURCE CONSERVATION AND RECOVERY ACT
Beneficial sludge - biosolids is disposed of based on exclusion -- domestic sewage in pipeline to plant
ABSTRACT OF LAWS EPA was required to enforce.
Chemicals EPA's Federal Register list of chemicals in sludge - biosolids that are known cancer causing
Pathogens EPA's Federal Register list of pathogenic disease organisms in sludge - biosolids that can kill
Monitoring and Assessing Water Quality
It is interesting that EPA does not indicate in this material that the coliform bacteria are all pathogenic
disease causing agents.
Office of Inspector General, Status Report 2002