BIOSOLIDS -- JUST ANOTHER NAME FOR SEWAGE SLUDGE -- A LEGAL SOLIDS WASTE

1978
sludge biosolids wars

Powell and Tate Public Relations Scheme to Change Public Perception of Sludge
1993 DOCUMENT OUTLINING WEF PROGRAM TO CHANGE SLUDGE TO BIOSOLIDS

Merriam-Webster dates "biosolid" to 1977 based on a single occurrence of the word at a conference of paper-mill
operators, a usage that has nothing to do with the word's current definition.

The
Biosolids 2000 Program was formulated in 1995. The program’s goal is to have biosolids recycling publicly
acceptable worldwide by the year 2000.

FECAL COLIFORM -- MUTANT HIGH TEMPERATURE  INDICATOR ORGANISMS that are pathogens
Fecal coliform is an environmental term used by EPA's Office of Water whose charter appears to only
address organisms and mammals found in water.

TOTAL COLIFORM  = ENTEROBACTERIACEAE pathogens --  In sewage sludge and sewage wastewater effluent
(Biosolids and Reclaimed water)

BIOSOLIDS ---  Sewage Sludge --   Hazardous Solid Waste
The federal government owns some 264 million acres of land, but it claims we are running out of landfill space.
Due to a few government employees, requirements for some solid waste referred to as biosolids has to be diverted
from landfills to farmland, school grounds and home lawns. State laws have been revised to reflect the
government employees view that sewage sludge is not a hazardous or solid waste,  rather than comply with
federal law..

SLUDGE/BIOSOLIDS AS A HAZARDOUS WASTE
{This could be called the Jekyll and Hyde Syndrome]

SLUDGE - BIOSOLIDS - CONVERSION TO DRY WEIGHT
The public relations -- public perception factor and mathematical guesstimating dry weight - A creative hoax?

CLASS A & B
Sludge/biosolids Requirements --  It is a little EPA joke on farmers and the public.


OUR SEWAGE /
SLUDGE - BIOSOLIDS POISONED FOOD SUPPLY -  and the effects of bad science
"If only one bacteria survives treatment it can cause adverse health effects because, according to the Federal Drug
Administration,  "A single bacterium can grow to millions in 10 to 12 hours! Water, wind, insects, plants, and animals
can carry bacteria."

Exposure to biosolids -- As mentioned in Chapter 1, one concern is the potential effect of some human pathogens
on animals. Enteric viruses can cross species lines, and animal life, particularly warm blooded animals, can be affected
if they are exposed to some of the pathogens found in sewage sludge.
http://www.deadlydeceit.com/exposure_sludge_biosolids.html

CONTROLLING DUST AND BIOAEROSOLS AT A BIOSOLIDS COMPOSTING FACILITY selected articles from the
BioCycle Journal of Composting & Organics Recycling, April 2001

SLUDGE BIOSOLIDS COMPOST

ODORS FROM SLUDGE BIOSOLIDS DISPOSAL SITES

Environmental law for sludge biosolids
Congress found that due to the danger to human health land  disposal of hazardous solid waste should be eliminated
as  landfills and surface disposal polluted the land, air and water,  and should be the least favored method of disposal.

NATIONAL SLUDGE ALLIANCE FACT SHEETS   aka Biosolids

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEETS -- LABORATORY SAFETY -- for some pathogens in sludge biosolids

INDEX TO SOME BACTERIA IN SLUDGE BIOSOLIDS AND RECLAIMED WATER

INDEX TO SOME VIRUSES IN
SLUDGE BIOSOLIDS AND RECLAIMED WATER

HELMINTHS IN
SLUDGE BIOSOLIDS  and RECLAIMED WATER --

PATHOGENS IN SLUDGE - BIOSOLIDS - RECLAIMED WATER

PROTOZOA IN
SLUDGE - BIOSOLIDS - EFFLUENT - RECLAIMED WATER