What are the steps the EPA Administrator could take to ban the disopsal of sewage sludge on land?
Contact your representatives.
Congressional action can end the practice of dumping sewage sludge on land as a disposal practice. The Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works is one place to go to ask for changes in federal policy regarding the use and disposal of sludge (also known by its marketing name "biosolids").
Tell your political representatives you want the practice stopped. Ask the environmental organizations you know to get involved. Inform your local health department about the hazards of sludge dumping and ask them to weigh in. Work with your neighbors to protect your land, your water, and your families.
Environment and Public Works Committee
|Senate Minority Committee Members||Representing|
|Barbara Boxer (Chairman)||CA|
|Thomas R. Carper||DE|
|Cory A. Booker||NJ|
|Benjamin L. Cardin||MD|
|Senate Majority Committee Members||Representing|
|James M. Inhofe||OK|
|Roger F. Wicker||MS|
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