I see you defy Ms Snow a lot of things but do you produce clean
compost or do you use the US standard practicly made by industry?
You could have listed the figures of your product and if they are
like the canadian, dutch or german standards you could have proved
> > >at http://www.cfe.cornell.edu/wmi/ The report compares standards around the
> > >world and discusses the problems with the US EPA regulations which
> > >protect industry but not public health.
> > >The federal [U.S.] government standards for Clean Water Act section 503
> > >'High Quality' Sludges/Sludge Composts
> Ceiling Concentrations:
> > >
> > >cadmium 39 - 85
> > >chromium 1200 - 3000
> > >cobalt ---
> > >copper 1500 - 4300
> > >lead 300 - 800
> > >mercury 17 - 57
> > >molybdenum 18 - 75
> > >nickel 420
> > >selenium 36 - 100
> > >zinc 2800 -7500
> > >To compare
> > >The Dutch Compost Sludge Quality Standards for Very Clean
> > >Compost/Sludge:
> > >arsenic cadmium chromium copper lead mercury nickel zinc
> > > 5/15 0.7/1.25 50/350 25/75 65/100 0.2/0.75 10/30 75/300
> I defy Ms. Snow to prove that she has even once looked at, tested, or
> touched a single product that I have distributed...ever!
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