Tax Payers & Voters of Texas & America
Municipalities and their Sewage Syndicates are conning Farmers and Public into believing the Land Application of Processed Sewage Sludge on Farms and Ranches is “safe” (free from risk). How? By miss-information and non-disclosure of chemical content facts. As a result your water is being contaminated by run-off and leaching from these sludged fields. Food and cattle grown on sewage sludge are at a high risk of contamination from unregulated and untested hazardous industrial chemicals.
Who is behind it? Top of the list would be the multi-billion dollar Sewage Syndicates with Lobbyists and Special interest groups followed by Municipalities who have to get rid of the residual concentrated contaminated waste as cheaply as possible, the EPA, State Environmental Agencies, River Authorities and especially Waste Water Treatment Plants. Last but not least, your US and State Legislature,Scientists and Colleges who are paid and influenced with grants by the EPA, State and Sewage syndicates. The EPA and your local Environmental Agencies are part of the problem and will be of NO help. Don't forget, US and State legislator are influenced by anyone connected to the industry. Money=Public Health Risks.
Dr Lewis on sewage sludge
a must see
Waxahachie Texas School built on 11,473 tons
of toxic sewage sludge / TCEQ Complaint
Waxahachie Daily Light Letter /
on the Waxahachie school site
containing Sewage Sludge (biosolids)
Pollutants recognized by the US EPA found in Biosolids
EPA Unable to Assess the Impact of Hundreds of Unregulated Pollutants in Land-Applied Biosolids on Human Health and the Environment
EPA Office of Inspector General states " with incomplete risk assessment the EPA biosolids programs can not say it is "SAFE". and yet they do which is consumer fraud
Send a email to the EPA and TCEQ and ask this question:
"Are you allowing, though CFR 40-part 503, chemicals of unknown amounts, concentrations and degree of hazard onto farms, ranches and forests without the consent or knowledge of those farmers, ranchers and landowners labeled as Class A, Class AB(Texas), and Class B bio-solids?"
Rick Stephens EPA Rick Stevens () “run the entire national Biosolids Regulatory Program single-handedly” according to him.
Davis Galindo TCEQ David Galindo ()
Here are answers recieved from TCEQ's Galindo:
We queried the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ): “Are you allowing, though CFR 40-part 503, chemicals of unknown amounts, concentrations and degree of hazard onto farms, ranches and forests without the consent or knowledge of those farmers, ranchers and landowners labeled as Class A, Class AB (Texas), and Class B biosolids?”
Answer, David Galindo, Director Water Quality Division TCEQ replied: 01/2016 "TCEQ authorizes the land application of treated domestic sewage sludge (biosolids) that is compliant with all existing federal (40 CFR Part 503) and state regulations(30 TAC Chapter 312) for meeting pathogen reduction, vector attraction reduction, and pollutant limitations."
Just in case you missed it, Galindo did not answer the question.
We queried the TCEQ on the EPA’s OIG Report No. 14-P-0363 09/2014
Answer: David Galindo, Director Water Quality Division TCEQ: 01/2016“TCEQ would be required to implement any changes to the existing federal biosolids regulations, including any potential EPA rule amendments in response to the OIG report. We are unaware of any EPA response addressing the validity of the statements made in the report or determination on the need for a rule amendment at this time.”
Texans Fighting Back
EPA manufactures “fake facts” to whitewash
extreme health hazards of biosolids;
new documentary “Biosludged”
to expose the truth. CLICK to READ