Sewage sludge – A Poisonous Pollutant

The process of sewage treatment has varied little over the past century.

Since communities have started to pipe sewage to centrally located treatment plants, the poisonous solids and polluted water have been discreetly dumped in landfills, spread on the ground in the guise of fertilizer, and worst of all, discharged into Streams, Rivers, Lakes, and Oceans. The primary reason for locating wastewater treatment plants adjacent to river banks and ocean shores!

The purpose of a treatment plant is to separate the water from the solids and clean it to a state it is suitable for discharge into a waterway, or reuse for irrigation. It is NOT fit for human consumption unless it receives extensive treatment and sterilization.

The solids remain toxic and poisonous and present an ongoing problem in knowing how to get rid of it. In desperation it has been called “Bio-solid” and passed off as a rich fertilizer for Grasslands and Crop. A practice that is causing a growing human health problem through crop contamination, and cattle dying after grazing on land poisoned from sludge spreading operations.

  • The disposal of sewage sludge has become an international problem.
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