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NRC Biosolids Study Concludes Part 503 Rule Protects Public Health
The Water Environment Federation - July 3, 2002

NAS Biosolids Report Finds No Scientific Evidence of Health Risk
Association of Metropolitan Sewerage Agencies - July 2, 2002

EPA Statement on National Academy of Sciences Report on Sewage Sludge
The Environmental Protection Agency - July 3, 2002

The Science of Recycling Sewage Sludge
National Academies Op-Ed Service Archives - Sept. 6, 2002

WEFTEC 2002 Biosolids Issues Workshop Presentations
WEF 75th Annual Conference in Chicago, IL - September 28-29, 2002.

Saving Soil: Biosolids Recycling in New England
A NEBRA special report - September, 2001

EPA Plans to Respond to NAS Biosolids Report.
Environmental Protection Agency - Oct. 31, 2002

Experts Refute SARS Spread Through Sewage Claim.
Canadian Consulting Engineer - June 23, 2003

Smelly stuff does no harm
Jessie Burchette, Salisbury Post - June 30, 2003

Appeals court rules farmers may spread sludge on fields
The Associated Press Richmond, Va. - July 24, 2003

Sludge is not a dirty word
Melissa Mirarchi Blethen, Maine Newspapers Inc. - August 31, 2003

Gardening with Eileen: Understanding the chemistry of fertilizing plants
Eileen Ward, Marco Island Eagle - September 24, 2003

Sewage sludge to stay in Lafayette
Sebreana Domingue, The (Lafayette) Daily World - September 4, 2003

Columbus aims to turn human waste into fertilizer
Jeffrey McMurray Associated Press, Athens Banner-Herald - January 3, 2004.


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