Earthlife

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WARNING! Sewage sludge is toxic. Food should not be grown in "biosolids." Join the Food Rights Network.

earthlife is a product of New England Organics sold as fertilizer but made from sewage sludge.[1][2] Hundreds of communities across the U.S. sell toxic sludge products that are typically renamed biosolids and sold or given away as "fertilizer" or "compost" (and often even labeled or marketed as "natural" or "organic"). earthlife is made from Class A biosolids and sawdust. Whereas this product does not boast about its sewage sludge content, the earthlife website does note that it was the recipient of the 2001 EPA National Biosolids Exemplary Management Award.[3]

Contact Information

  • New England Organics[4]
  • 135 Presumpscot Street, Unit 1
  • Portland, ME 04103
  • Phone: 800-933-6474 or 207-781-5011
  • Fax: 207-781-5794

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  1. Branded products containing sewage sludge, SludgeNews Website accessed June 3, 2010.
  2. New England Organics Products page, Accessed November 19, 2010.
  3. earthlife website, Accessed cached version November 19, 2010.
  4. Earthlife website, Accessed cached version November 19, 2010.

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