North East Biosolids and Residuals Association

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The North East Biosolids and Residuals Association (NEBRA) is run by Ned Beecher as a corporate-supported, non-profit organization that promotes the use of sewage sludge, (aka biosolids), "and other residuals as fertilizers, soil amendments, and sources of energy. ... NEBRA was formed as the "New England Biosolids and Residuals Association" on December 22, 1997 ... NEBRA coordinates with other regional organizations in the field of wastewater treatment and biosolids/residuals recycling, including the New England Water Environment Association and the New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission. NEBRA is an active and effective participant in the National Biosolids Partnership." [1]

Sewage Sludge Industry Support for NEBRA

NEBRA receives funding and support from the following companies involved in the business of marketing sewage sludge as fertilizer: Northern Tilth, Maine Environmental Laboratory, NEFCO, Agresource, Resource Management, Inc., New England Organics, Synagro, WeCare Organics, Wright-Pierce, and CDM [2]

NEBRA Board of Directors

2010 Board Members are: [3]

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  1. NEBRA Website Accessed July 1, 2010.
  2. NEBRA Sponsors Web Page Accessed July 1, 2010.]
  3. NEBRA web page accessed July 1, 2010.

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