THE TOILET PAPER “BECAUSE SEWAGE SLUDGE DOESN’T BELONG IN OUR FOOD, WATER AND COMMUNITIES” Don’t Put That in Your Mouth! Darree Sicher, USFA founder Celebrate the harvest, pull up a chair to gather around the table with friends, enjoy a meal together. Wait – where was that food grown? Did your tofu or baby formula … Read More
The stink and the flies still lead the way to Palm Beach County farmland that has become a dumping ground for Broward County sewage sludge — even after a cleanup to avoid a legal fight. Read the article here.
Uptake of perfluoroalkyl acids (PFAA’s) by greenhouse lettuce and tomato grown in an industrially impacted biosolids-amended soil, a municipal biosolids-amended soil, and a control soil was measured – study confirms that the bioaccumulation of PFAAs from biosolids-amended soils depends strongly on PFAA concentrations, soil properties and the type of crop. Blaine, A., C. Rich, L. … Read More