Faces of Resistance to Corporate Sludge in Dundalk Ontario
Do you want your food growing in sludge? Do you want sludge poisoning two rivers?
The government is promoting the recycling of poisons into the food chain. There is a dangerous project to build a new sewage treatment (‘sludge’) plant in Dundalk Ontario, which will contaminate the groundwater at the headwaters of the Grand and Saugeen Rivers, on Six Nations territory. Lystek International Inc has plans to import massive quantities of Toronto’s waste (‘sludge’) from industries, hospitals, and landfills to a small farming community.
Plowing toxic wastes into our food producing lands poisons our food, our waters, and puts future generations at risk.
Sludge contains high levels of lead, arsenic, mercury, cadmium, radioactivity, flame retardants, paints, pesticides, and more. It may be clever to reband it as fertilizer but these toxins are bio-transmissible.
Respect Six Nations land rights! Truth not Trash! Stop the Waste Park!
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