Those who live near or on farms may have experience with the application of sewage sludge in their proximity....and likely question what this does to our health.
On 21 June there will be a meeting to discuss how the communities affected by the spreading of sewage sludge might protect themselves, their families and communities. The meeting will be at the Orange Grove firestation at 6800 Orange Grove road, Orange County, from 7-9 pm.
Sewage sludge was deemed too toxic to dump in the oceans, where it hurts the fish. Perhaps it is too toxic for humans, too.
The meeting will be run by the Blue Ridge Environmental Defense Fund, which has a strong history of organizing opposition to environmental insults.
Info at their website: www.bredl.org
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