Personally, I believe that if the EPA finds biosolids a safe means of reusing human waste then I do not see a problem in it. It gives us an opportunity to put our human waste into good use rather then cluttering up landfills. If we do not take steps to help preserve our environment now, we may not have anything left. So, if biosolids help to improve our environment, then… why not?
Blogs i commented on:
1.) Caitlin Cosgrove: Biosolids
2.) Dora: Love organic! Then love yourself!
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3.) "Sewage Treatment." Water Treatment. 2009. http://sewagetreatment.us/tertiary-treatment/waste-water-treatment-sewage-treatment/
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5.) "Northwest Biosolids Management Association." Biosolids Facts. NBMA. http://www.nwbiosolids.org/index.php