07/21/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Arizona-based researchers are analyzing wastewater from the sewers of U.S. cities for signs of chemicals associated with opioids. The contents

http://www.biosludge.news/2018-07-21-scientists-are-looking-at-our-wastewater-to-see-how-severe-the-opioid-epidemic-really-is.html

07/01/2018 / By Rhonda Johansson

[UPDATE: The first draft of this story was based on information made available on February of this year. As such,

http://www.biosludge.news/2018-07-01-more-water-woes-in-michigan-high-levels-of-lead-found-in-drinking-water-wells-near-dump.html

06/09/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Thanks to a recent study by California-based chemists, recycled water may become much safer for consumption. The researchers announced that

http://www.biosludge.news/2018-06-09-chemists-finally-identify-the-molecule-responsible-for-a-carcinogen-in-recycled-wastewater.html

05/13/2018 / By Vicki Batts

In a new CounterThink episode, Mike Adams interviewed EPA whistleblower and author Dr. David Lewis. Lewis is credited with putting a

http://www.biosludge.news/2018-05-13-epa-whistleblower-dr-david-lewis-interviewed-by-mike-adams-on-new-counterthink-episode.html

05/08/2018 / By Vicki Batts

While there are plenty of issues within the factory farming industry, one aspect in particular could spell big trouble for

http://www.biosludge.news/2018-05-08-agricultural-waste-could-be-contributing-to-the-rise-of-antibiotic-resistant-bacteria.html

05/08/2018 / By Ralph Flores

The results of a water test in South Africa revealed the last things that a person would want in their

http://www.biosludge.news/2018-05-08-south-african-wastewater-found-to-contain-heroin-and-cocaine-scientists-say-problem-is-worldwide.html

04/25/2018 / By Ethan Huff

The 982 residents who live in the tiny town of Parrish, Alabama, have been stuck with a stinky, poop-filled freight train

http://www.biosludge.news/2018-04-25-thousands-of-tons-of-new-yorks-human-sewage-is-stuck-on-a-train-in-alabama.html

04/21/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

How much poop will you produce in your lifetime? It may not be a question you’ve mulled over, but it’s

http://www.biosludge.news/2018-04-21-how-much-poop-do-you-poo-duce-in-your-lifetime-check-out-these-shocking-figures.html

04/17/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

Hand dryers are supposed to help you clean up after using a public restroom, but a new study has shown

http://www.biosludge.news/2018-04-17-study-restroom-hand-dryers-blow-microscopic-feces-particles-all-over-the-place.html

04/16/2018 / By Jayson Veley

A new study indicates that cocaine is now so prevalent in society that ten percent of those who have never

http://www.biosludge.news/2018-04-16-cocaine-so-common-that-13-of-us-have-traces-of-it-on-our-fingers.html

04/11/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

There’s no denying the convenience provided by wet wipes. Originally marketed for babies, wet wipes have since seen more use

http://www.biosludge.news/2018-04-11-makeup-wipes-wet-wipes-how-non-woven-fabrics-do-more-harm.html

04/07/2018 / By Tracey Watson

In April 2014, when municipal officials decided to save money by switching the water supply for the city of Flint,

http://www.biosludge.news/2018-04-07-lead-exposure-linked-to-412000-premature-deaths-in-the-u-s-yearly.html

04/07/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

Microfibers may be tiny, but their impact is nothing short of massive. A number of studies over the years have

http://www.biosludge.news/2018-04-07-microfibers-microscopic-pollution-has-been-found-to-make-up-a-majority-of-shoreline-debris.html

03/16/2018 / By David Williams

Between the natural order of things and the way that humans have seemingly taken over much of nature, lots of

http://www.biosludge.news/2018-03-16-loss-of-biodiversity-can-put-entire-ecosystem-at-risk-of-extinction.html

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