REPORT | Toxic PFAS Chemicals Measured in Nashville Fertilizer – 08-09-2022 (PDF) 

DESCRIPTION: PEER and Sierra Club Tennessee measured concentrations of PFAS or “forever chemicals,” in three bags of Music City Gold, a fertilizer made of sewage waste from the Nashville Central and Whites Creek wastewater treatment plants.
BY: Scott Banbury, Sonya Lunder, and Denise Trabbic-Pointer Sierra Club & Barry Sulkin Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility
DATE: August 15, 2022
TAGS: Tennessee, PFAS

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