REFERENCES

  1. Evanylo, G.K., Extension Specialist,
    Department of Crop and Soil Environmental Sciences, Virginia Tech:
    Agricultural Land Application of Biosolids in Virginia: Production and Characteristics of Biosolids,
    Publication Number 452-301.
    Posted August 1999

  2. Marshall, Joanne:
    Statement of Joanne Marshall,
    National Press Club, Washington, D.C.
    March 23, 1999

  3. Lewis, David L., PH.D.:
    Expert Witness Report,
    Joanne M. Marshall, et al. v. Wheelabrator Water Technologies, Inc., et al.
    Rockingham County Superior Court, State of New Hampshire.
    March 29, 2000

  4. Harrison, Ellen Z., Murray B. McBride and David R. Bouldin:
    Case for Caution: Recommendations for Land Application of Sewage Sludges and an Appraisal of the US EPA's Part 503 Sludge Rules,
    Cornell University
    Posted August 1997, updated February 1999

  5. Biosolids Applied to Land: Advancing Standards and Practices,
    Committee on Toxicants and Pathogens Applied to Land, Board on Environmental Studies and Toxicology, Division on Earth and Life Sciences, National Research Council
    National Academy Press, Washington, D.C.,
    Prepublication Copy, 2002


  6. Lewis, David L. and David K. Gattie:
    Pathogen Risks from Applying Sewage Sludge to Land,
    Environmental Science & Technology
    Volume 36, No. 13
    July 1, 2002

  7. For the chart "Land-Applied Sludge in Virginia for 2001":
    EPA Office of Inspector General Status Report
    "Land Application of Biosolids"
    March 28, 2002

  8. Rampton, Sheldon, and John Stauber:
    Chapter 8. Toxic Sludge Is Good for You!,
    Monroe, Maine: Common Courage Press
    1995

  9. Snyder, Caroline:
    EPA Wants Scientist Out for Publishing Papers Critical of Sludge Rule,
    2002

  10. Land applying Sewage Sludge: A Dirty Business,
    National Whistleblowers Center
    http://www.whistleblowers.org
    September 4, 2002

  11. Biosolids for a Greener Tomorrow,
    Recyc Systems, Inc.
    Remington, VA


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