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Kellogg Sewage Sludge "Compost" Scam

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Uploaded on Apr 26, 2011

John Stauber, author and adviser to the Food Rights Network, reveals one of the biggest toxic scams in America, sewage sludge being sold as garden "compost" for growing vegetables. What looks like a bag of organic compost is really derived from toxic sewage sludge. No law requires that sewage sludge be labeled, so the sewage industry now "composts" their sludge waste with wood chips, puts it in bags, and disposes of it by duping unsuspecting gardeners into putting it on their gardens. Kellogg Garden Products and the Environmental Media Association are corporate partners. Kellogg contributes its products to EMA, and EMA greenwashes Kellogg's image and its sludge-as-compost scam. For more information visit www.FoodRightsNetwork.org.

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