APTN Investigates: Kicking up a Stink



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Rob Smith brings us Kicking up a Stink. The practice of sending treated human waste to farms as fertilizer has upset some people in a British Columbia interior valley. Non-Aboriginal ranchers and land owners have teamed up with five First Nations to try and halt this process. Yes, it does smell bad. But is it dangerous to human health?

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  • Don Vincent

    Good show and fairly reported. Was amazed at how ignorant minister Polak is about this issue! Imagine thinking cow manure is more problematic than sewer sludge – with all the thousands of dangerous chemicals collected in it. She obviously has the sludge industry’s interests at heart, and not the citizens of BC ….