Bald Eagle

May 6, 2014 6:25 PM

Citing contamination potential, Burnside Township files suit over company’s sludge application plan

Burnside Township officials aren’t waiting on their state appeal to try and stop a company from spreading biosolids, a term used for treated municipal sewage sludge, on former mining land about a mile from Pine Glen’s main water source.

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