Chez Sludge

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Chez Sludge is a term coined by investigative writer John Stauber to describe the collusion he discovered during an investigative report of the sewage sludge industry, the Chez Panisse Foundation and the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission.

The Food Rights Network released the report on July 9, 2010: Chez Sludge: How the Sewage Sludge Industry Bedded Alice Waters. [1] It examines collusion between the Chez Panisse Foundation and the SFPUC based on an extensive open records investigation of the SFPUC internal files. (To view the internal documents see: SFPUC Sludge Controversy Timeline.)


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  1. John Stauber, Chez Sludge: How the Sewage sludge Industry Bedded Alice Waters, PRWatch.org, July 9, 2010

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