Dioxin formation in sewage sludge calls land spreading into question

Studies by Swedish researchers have pointed to the possible formation of dioxins in sewage sludge by biological or chemical routes. The findings may increase pressures to curb discharges of organochlorines to sewer and also cast doubt on the use of sewage sludge as a fertiliser - particularly when it is spread on land used to raise livestock.

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