04/14/2019 / By Ethan Huff

Craft beer continues to be one of America’s wildest economic success stories in recent years, with an industry that employs

http://www.biosludge.news/2019-04-14-biosludge-water-making-its-way-into-your-favorite-craft-brews.html

04/08/2019 / By Ethan Huff

The official policy of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is that so-called “biosolids,” the somewhat-treated raw sewage collected from

http://www.biosludge.news/2019-04-08-bomshell-report-epa-has-no-clue-what-chemicals-biosolids.html

04/03/2019 / By Ethan Huff

A 2001 study published in The Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases warned about the dangers of so-called “biosludge,” revealing that

http://www.biosludge.news/2019-04-03-toxic-biosludge-used-on-food-crops-population-control.html

04/01/2019 / By Ethan Huff

One of the country’s largest producers of biosolids, also known as “biosludge,” has been awarded a massive contract by the

http://www.biosludge.news/2019-04-01-austin-texas-awards-10-year-contract-to-synagro-to-turn-toxic-sewage-sludge-into-compost.html

03/26/2019 / By Ethan Huff

A lot of people don’t realize this, but all of the nasty byproducts – think pharmaceutical residues and chemical toxins

http://www.biosludge.news/2019-03-26-biosolids-bioterrorism-learn-how-toxic-sewage-sludge-threatens-national-security.html

03/19/2019 / By Ethan Huff

Following the shocking revelation that the largest “recycler of organic waste in the United States” had been engaging in illegal

http://www.biosludge.news/2019-03-19-synagro-filed-for-bankruptcy-in-2013.html

03/19/2019 / By Lance D Johnson

Are there any natural, pristine environments left on Earth? Ecosystems that were once considered untouched by humans are now absorbing

http://www.biosludge.news/2019-03-19-study-finds-man-made-pollution-is-transforming-untouched-areas-of-the-earth.html

03/15/2019 / By Edsel Cook

The next time you come across a sea turtle in the wild, remember that there are pieces of plastic trash inside the

http://www.biosludge.news/2019-03-15-new-study-finds-that-100-percent-of-sea-turtles-have-plastics-in-their-bellies.html

03/12/2019 / By Isabelle Z.

You’ve probably heard a lot about microplastics in the oceans in recent years, and while this remains a very serious

http://www.biosludge.news/2019-03-12-microplastics-are-invading-our-farm-lands.html

01/28/2019 / By Ethan Huff

Following the recent release of the new Biosludged film by Brighteon Films, many people are now wondering why it is

http://www.biosludge.news/2019-01-28-farmers-are-being-lied-to-about-amazing-benefits-of-biosludge.html

01/24/2019 / By Ethan Huff

Back when Bill Clinton was president in the 1990s, legislation was passed to allow for human sewage to be converted

http://www.biosludge.news/2019-01-24-is-biosludge-responsible-for-causing-more-cancer.html

01/14/2019 / By Ethan Huff

It’s easy to look at all the “biosludge” being shipped from cities and dumped into America’s farm fields and assume

http://www.biosludge.news/2019-01-14-biosludge-now-invading-peoples-suburban-homes.html

01/08/2019 / By Ethan Huff

Did you know that the nation’s largest producer of repurposed toilet waste, aka “biosolids,” is owned by an investment group

http://www.biosludge.news/2019-01-08-synagro-nations-largest-biosludge-producer-is-a-formal-corporate-partner-of-the-environmental-defense-fund.html

01/07/2019 / By Ethan Huff

Corruption within the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is now so prolific that many are calling for new legislation

http://www.biosludge.news/2019-01-07-time-for-america-to-have-a-clean-soil-act.html

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