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03/28/2017 / By Vicki Batts

The Hudson River is primarily located in the state of New York, where it stretches for hundreds of miles before

03/23/2017 / By Earl Garcia

Stone Brewing, the country’s ninth largest brewery based in Southern California, has recently introduced a beer made with treated sewage

03/10/2017 / By Daniel Barker

One of the greatest health threats facing the American public has been largely unknown to the average citizen until now,

02/26/2017 / By Daniel Barker

For more than two decades, the EPA has managed to cover up the deadly truth about biosolids, but with the

02/20/2017 / By Amy Goodrich

Allowing farmers to use raw sewage sludge or biosolids from wastewater treatment plants as a fertilizer is one of the

02/14/2017 / By Thomas Dishaw

People rarely put much thought into what is used to fertilize our farms, forests, school playgrounds and public parks. However,

02/06/2017 / By Mike Adams

The EPA was originally founded on principles of solid science and a commitment to protecting the environment. For many years,

02/03/2017 / By Mike Adams

This year, I’ve commissioned a new series of investigative films called the “Censored Science” series from Natural News. The first

05/05/2016 / By biosludgee

It’s only natural that South Aussies crave big cures such as a $50 billion submarine build. (Article by Lainie Anderson,

05/05/2016 / By biosludgee

NEAR 70 MILE HOUSE — Emergency spill response crews worked through the night and are close to cleaning up an

05/05/2016 / By biosludgee

CAMBRIDGE, Ontario, March 10, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Canadian biofertilizer producer Lystek International is excited to release a first round

05/05/2016 / By biosludgee

Levy Court plans to discuss Kent County’s purchase of a Frederica-area field to use for spreading waste during tonight’s meeting.

05/05/2016 / By biosludgee

Price per unit of plant nutrients, availability, ease of storage and application, potential for nutrient losses and site specific factors

05/05/2016 / By biosludgee

Before the early 1990s, it was common practice for motorists driving along the Princes Freeway to wind up their windows

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