Kim Stoner wrote that a friend is
>distressed to learn that her daughter pays someone to remove and
"dispose" of her horse manure. She called me to see if I knew of any
organizations in California her daughter could contact in order to arrange
for appropriate use of the horse manure, preferably in organic agriculture.
Are you sure the person being paid isn't already "disposing" of the manure
by hauling it off to be composted or otherwise used as a soil
amendment/fertilizer? Seems highly unlikely to me that a manure hauler is
trucking the stuff off to a landfill.
As for Question 2 (the use of sewage sludge in landscaping), I personally
see no reason sewage sludge could not be appropriately used for some
landscaping purposes, like highway median plantings, shopping center
landscaping or golf course fairways.
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