1916order.html COURT ORDERED LEVEE CROSSINGS
1970Order.html ALLEGED 1970 COURT ORDER REORGANIZING THE BIRMINGHAM DRAINAGE DISTRICT
1978-purchase.html MORMON PURCHASE OF 4,324.5 ACRES OF DEAD District
1978-sludge-wars-epa.html 1978-79 SLUDGE WARS AT EPA
1978-walker-memo.html EPA's John M. Walker memo to promote low-cost sludge management
1979_257_preamble.html 1979 Preamble to the 40 CFR 257 Solid Waste Regulation
1983contract.html ALLEGED 1983 CONTRACT BETWEEN NORTHLAND PARK, INC - THE DEAD BIRMINGHAM DRAINAGE District
1986_pathogen_Risk_Assessment.html ORIGINAL 1986 EPA RISK ASSESSMENT FOR PATHOGENS IN LANDFILLED SLUDGE
1989_503_cancer_list.html List of known carcinogens in sludge were ignored in the 1993 part 503 sludge rules
1989_503_pathogens.html LISTED PATHOGENS IN THE1989 PREAMBLE TO THE PART 503 SLUDGE RULE
1992-proposed-503-memo.html EPA MEMO ON PROPOSED 503 SLUDGE RULE -- weak science
1993-Paper.html Sludge Disposal: Sanitary Landfill-Open Dump-Superfund Site?
1993_503_peramble_lack.html 1993 PREAMBLE TO THE 503 SLUDGE RULE ADMITS LACK OF SCIENCE
1995-Chromium_removed.html 1995 EPA action which removed Chromium from the Sludge/biosolid Use Section of Part 503
1995_Court.html 1995 COURT ORDER TO RAISE DISTRICT TAXES.
1999-Chromium-100000.html Aug 10 EPA APPROVES 100,000 PPM OF CHROMIUM IN LAND APPLIED SLUDGE/BIOSOLIDS
2004_court.html 2004 COURT ACTION TO EXTEND LIFE OF DRAINAGE DISTRICT ON 2001 PETITION BY SUPERVISORS WHO COULD NOT
116.4A—List of Hazardous Substances (CWA)
257-1.html Classification of Solid Waste Disposal Facilities and Practices
257-2.html Domestic sewage is waste and wastewater from humans or household operations that is discharged to or
257-258-503.html SLUDGE DISPOSAL UNDER PARTS 257 -- 258 -- 503
257-3-4.html Classification of Solid Waste Disposal Facilities and Practices
257-3-5.html Cadmium. A facility or practice concerning application of solid waste to within one meter (three feet)
258-1.html (It would APPEAR that part 258 is the only manner of sludge disposal that complies with section 405(d)
258-2.html Sludge means any solid, semi-solid, or liquid waste generated from a municipal
258-3.html The owner or operator of a municipal solid waste landfill unit must comply with any other applicable Federal rules, laws,
258-40.html The real sludge regulation requires the protection of groundwater,
258-apx1.html 62 chemicals for detection monitoring under the real sludge regulation
258-apxII.html 220 hazardous chemicals of concern in the real sludge regulation. TRUE MAGIC
258_DEQ_known_haz_chem.html DEQ'S LISTS OF KNOWN HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS
261.10 Criteria for identifying the characteristics of hazardous waste.
261 Appendix VIII —Hazardous Constituents
261 Appendix V [Reserved for Infectious Waste Treatment Specifications [Pathogen treatment]
261 Appendix VI [Reserved for Etiologic Agents] [ pathogenic disease causing microorganisms]
401.15 Toxic pollutants (CWA)
401.16 Conventional pollutants (CWA)
403-503-removal_credit_Table.html 403/503 TOXIC POLLUTANT REMOVAL CREDITS ALLOWED FOR LAND APPLICATION
403-removal_credits.html Corporation Toxic Pollution Removal Credit Tables From Part 403 Pretreatment guidelines
403.html View Pollutants Eligible for a Removal Credit
403_app_B.html 403 Appendix B has been removed from the regulation
42cfr72.html EPA's BIOTERRORISM Program Sewage Sludge Disposal as a Fertilizer
503-1.html Part 503 appears to be the only regulation whose purpose does not include minimum standards to protect public health
503-13.html Pollutant limits when disposed of as a fertilizer/biosolids
503-23.html Pollutant Concentrations_Active Sewage Sludge Unit Without a Liner and Leachate Collection
503-32.html Pathogens and Vector Attraction Reduction -- 30 day harvest for Food crops, feed crops, and fiber crops
503-4.html Relationship to other regulations.
503-9.html pollutants cause death, disease, behavioral abnormalities, cancer, genetic mutations, physiological malfunctions
503-Riskassessment.html Non-risk assessment for cancer causing hazardous metals in sludge
503.html Farmer's health was never a consideration in EPA's push to promote sludge dumping on farmland as a fertilizer.
503_CERCLA_priority_list.html 2005 CERCLA Priority List of Hazardous Substances
503_Chromium.html Hexavalent Chromium is created by raising pH.
503_Food_poisoning.html FOOD POISONING PARALLELS USE OF SLUDGE/BIOSOLIDS
503_Simple_facts.html SIMPLE FACTS ABOUT THE 503 SLUDGE/BIOSOLIDS RULE
503_arsenic.html Arsenic-- Evidence for Human Carcinogenicity
503_beryllium.html Beryllium is a metal that can be harmful when you breathe it.
503_cadmium.html high levels of cadmium can severely damage the lungs and may cause death
503_copper.html high intakes of copper can cause liver and kidney damage and even death.
503_decoded.html Decoding the 503 sludge rule terms of art
503_hazardous_waste.html SLUDGE/BIOSOLIDS AS A HAZARDOUS WASTE
503_inorganic__organic.html How can tin and tin compounds affect children?
503_lead.html Did you know the following facts about lead? EPA DOES!
503_manganese.html How can manganese affect children -- and you?
503_mercury.html Bacteria in soils and sediments convert mercury to methylmercury. In this form, it is taken up by tiny aquatic
503_nickel.html chronic bronchitis, reduced lung function, and cancer of the lung and nasal sinus, have occurred in people who
503_selenium.html Dizziness, fatigue, and irritation of mucous membranes have been reported in people exposed to selenium
503_testing_disease.html TESTING FOR DISEASE CAUSING ORGANISMS IN SLUDGE/BIOSOLIDS
503_thallium.html Thallium can affect your nervous system, lung, heart, liver, and kidney
503_zinc.html Inhaling large amounts of zinc (as zinc dust) can cause a specific short-term disease called metal fume fever
CWA.html CLEAN WATER ACT
RCRA.html RESOURCE CONSERVATION AND RECOVERY ACT
CERCLA.html COMPREHENSIVE ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSE, COMPENSATION, AND LIABILITY ACT