In our continued monitoring of PFAS making its way into sewage sludge, there is news out of Texas in which farmers claim that a waste management company supplied them with sludge that was contaminated by PFAS. As a result, there is a federal lawsuit against the waste management company. We've written before about the problem of PFAS being found in sewage sludge and how a multiple-hearth furnace can be an effective tool for removing PFAS from sewage sludge.

The article from The Guardian states: "A Texas county has launched a first-of-its-kind criminal investigation into the waste management giant Synagro over PFAS-contaminated sewage sludge it is selling to Texas farmers as a cheap alternative to fertilizer."

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