Sludge Compost Facilities

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Sludge Compost Facilities report was created by BioCycle and the North East Biosolids & Residuals Association, NEBRA, to update the list of sewage sludge (aka biosolids) "composting" facilities around the United States. A total of 265 sludge "compost" facilities were found. Composting sewage sludge is a deceptive means of creating a product that the sewage sludge industry then markets and sells as "organic compost" with no indication that this is in fact toxic sewage sludge, something illegal to use on truly organic farms and gardens.

Some of the facilities listed are:


The facilities are also listed here.[1]



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  1. NEBRA report: Sludge Compost Facilities, Accessed December, 2010.

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