Before EPA was created, before federal regulations were created, government agencies were looking for ways to
coverup environmental health damages, as well as health damages caused by raw sewage being release into the
environment because of  a lack of sewage treatment plants. Now that we find the sewage treatment processed don't
always work well and the agencies promote spreading of
pollutant contaminated sludge/biosolids on food crops and
your lawn -- its second  hand smoke that will cause death from cancer and other diseases.

• The Federal Cigarette Labeling and Advertising Act of 1965 (Public Law 89-92) required that the warning "Caution:
Cigarette Smoking May Be Hazardous to Your Health" be placed in small print on one of the side panels of each
cigarette package. The act prohibited additional labeling requirements at the federal, state, or local levels.2

• In June 1967 the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued its first report to Congress recommending that the warning
label be changed to
"Warning: Cigarette Smoking Is Dangerous to Health and May Cause Death from Cancer
and Other Diseases."

By gosh, The pollutants in sewage effluent (reclaimed water) and sewage sludge (biosolids) may also cause death
from cancer  and other diseases --- but there is no public law to protect you from EPA and its regulations.
Jim Sibbison, retired EPA press officer exposed how EPA pollutes the news six years (1988)
after he retired. Sibbison retired in 1982, about the same time EPA, USDA, FDA and CDC
agreed that spreading pollutant contaminated sewage effluent (reclaimed water) and sewage
sludge (now playfully called biosolids) on food crops and home lawns would be a perfect
fertilizer and a wonderful national policy by these agencies. These agencies are stilling trying
to sell that policy under the guise of it being a
real scientific enforceable federal regulation.