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  • Forever Chemicals Sludge
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    Forever Chemicals Sludge
    08/14/2019
    Robert F. Bukaty/AP/SIPA
    In this Thursday Aug. 15, 2019 photo, dairy farmer Fred Stone pauses while working in the milking room at his farm in Arundel, Maine. Fred Stone and his wife Laura, whose dairy farm is contaminated by toxic chemicals known collectively as PFAS, so-called "forever chemicals," have high PFAS levels in their blood. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)/MERB201/19227651727460//1909120607

  • Forever Chemicals Sludge
    AP22377018_000002
    Forever Chemicals Sludge
    08/14/2019
    Robert F. Bukaty/AP/SIPA
    In this Thursday Aug. 15, 2019 photo, dairy farmer Fred Stone walks to his baling machine at his dairy farm in Arundel, Maine. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)/MERB203/19227651792791//1909120607

  • Forever Chemicals Sludge
    AP22377018_000003
    Forever Chemicals Sludge
    08/14/2019
    Robert F. Bukaty/AP/SIPA
    In this Thursday Aug. 15, 2019 photo, dairy farmer Fred and Laura Stone work on their dairy farm in Arundel, Maine. The couple's dairy farm has been forced to shut down after sludge spread on the land was linked to high levels of PFAS in the milk. Their blood has tested high for PFAS. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)/MERB202/19227651839335//1909120607

  • Forever Chemicals Sludge
    AP22377018_000004
    Forever Chemicals Sludge
    08/14/2019
    Robert F. Bukaty/AP/SIPA
    In this Thursday Aug. 15, 2019 photo, dairy cows stand in the milking chamber at Stoneridge Farm in Arundel, Maine. The farm has been forced to shut down after sludge spread on the land was linked to high levels of PFAS in the milk. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)/MERB204/19227651861184//1909120607

  • Forever Chemicals Sludge
    AP22377018_000005
    Forever Chemicals Sludge
    08/14/2019
    Robert F. Bukaty/AP/SIPA
    In this Thursday Aug. 15, 2019 photo, dairy cows rest outside the home of Fred and Laura Stone at Stoneridge Farm in Arundel, Maine. The farm has been forced to shut down after sludge spread on the land was linked to high levels of PFAS in the milk. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)/MERB205/19227651918700//1909120607

  • Forever Chemicals Sludge
    AP22377018_000006
    Forever Chemicals Sludge
    08/14/2019
    Robert F. Bukaty/AP/SIPA
    In this Thursday Aug. 15, 2019 photo, hay dries after a recent cut at Stoneridge Farm in Arundel, Maine. The farm has been forced to shut down after sludge spread on the farm land was linked to high levels of PFAS in the milk. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)/MERB206/19227651958522//1909120607

  • Forever Chemicals Sludge
    AP22377018_000007
    Forever Chemicals Sludge
    08/14/2019
    Robert F. Bukaty/AP/SIPA
    In this Thursday Aug. 15, 2019 photo, dairy farmer Fred Stone stands for a portrait at his farm in Arundel, Maine. Fred Stone and his wife, Laura, whose farm is contaminated by toxic chemicals known collectively as PFAS, so-called "forever chemicals," have tested high for PFAS in their blood. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)/MERB207/19227651965602//1909120607

  • Forever Chemicals Sludge
    AP22377018_000008
    Forever Chemicals Sludge
    07/30/2019
    John Flesher/AP/SIPA
    In this July 31, 2019 photo, Michael Wurts, superintendent of the Lapeer Wastewater Treatment Plant, stands beside tanks of sewage sludge at the plant in Lapeer, Mich. State officials ordered Lapeer to stop distributing its sludge for use as farm fertilizer after it was found to contain toxic PFAS chemicals. Experts are raising concerns that sludge spread on agricultural fields around the U.S. could contaminate crops. About half of the 7 million tons of sludge generated each year is applied...

  • Forever Chemicals Sludge
    AP22377018_000009
    Forever Chemicals Sludge
    07/31/2019
    John Flesher/AP/SIPA
    In this July 31, 2019 photo, Michael Wurts, superintendent of the Lapeer Wastewater Treatment Plant, stands in an adjacent cornfield where sludge from the plant was used as fertilizer, in Lapeer, Mich. State officials ordered a halt to the practice after toxic PFAS chemicals were detected in the sludge. Experts are raising concerns that sludge spread on agricultural fields around the U.S. could contaminate crops. About half of the 7 million tons of sludge generated each year is applied to...

  • Forever Chemicals Sludge
    AP22377018_000010
    Forever Chemicals Sludge
    07/30/2019
    John Flesher/AP/SIPA
    This July 31, 2019 photo shows sewage sludge from the Lapeer Wastewater Treatment Plant in drying beds, where it is being stored until an arrangement is made for permanent disposal, in Lapeer, Mich. State officials ordered Lapeer to stop distributing its sludge for use as farm fertilizer after it was found to contain toxic PFAS chemicals. Experts are raising concerns that sludge spread on agricultural fields around the U.S. could contaminate crops. About half of the 7 million tons of sludge...

  • Forever Chemicals Sludge
    AP22377018_000011
    Forever Chemicals Sludge
    07/31/2019
    John Flesher/AP/SIPA
    In this July 31, 2019 photo, Michael Wurts, superintendent of the Lapeer Wastewater Treatment Plant, stands in an adjacent cornfield where sludge from the plant was used as fertilizer, in Lapeer, Mich. State officials ordered a halt to the practice after toxic PFAS chemicals were detected in the sludge. Experts are raising concerns that sludge spread on agricultural fields around the U.S. could contaminate crops. About half of the 7 million tons of sludge generated each year is applied to...

  • Forever Chemicals Sludge
    AP22377018_000012
    Forever Chemicals Sludge
    07/30/2019
    John Flesher/AP/SIPA
    In this July 31, 2019 photo, Michael Wurts, superintendent of the Lapeer Wastewater Treatment Plant, stands beside tanks of sewage sludge at the plant in Lapeer, Mich. State officials ordered Lapeer to stop distributing its sludge for use as farm fertilizer after it was found to contain toxic PFAS chemicals. Experts are raising concerns that sludge spread on agricultural fields around the U.S. could contaminate crops. About half of the 7 million tons of sludge generated each year is applied...

  • Forever Chemicals Sludge
    AP22377018_000013
    Forever Chemicals Sludge
    08/14/2019
    Robert F. Bukaty/AP/SIPA
    In this Thursday Aug. 15, 2019 photo, dairy farmer Fred and Laura Stone work on their dairy farm in Arundel, Maine. The couple's dairy farm has been forced to shut down after sludge spread on the land was linked to high levels of PFAS in the milk. Their blood has tested high for PFAS. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)/MERB202/3a19253cf2774eb7b30e3c83162f7794-fc8fd0729fc348aba46482d95f01d64a//1909120644

  • Forever Chemicals Sludge
    AP22377018_000014
    Forever Chemicals Sludge
    08/14/2019
    Robert F. Bukaty/AP/SIPA
    In this Thursday Aug. 15, 2019 photo, dairy farmer Fred Stone pauses while working in the milking room at his farm in Arundel, Maine. Fred Stone and his wife Laura, whose dairy farm is contaminated by toxic chemicals known collectively as PFAS, so-called "forever chemicals," have high PFAS levels in their blood. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)/MERB201/3bae4312c4634b5396c3925bf993ccf7-1b6faa47c9f8437a82b70330c5a5f277//1909120644

  • Forever Chemicals Sludge
    AP22377018_000015
    Forever Chemicals Sludge
    07/30/2019
    John Flesher/AP/SIPA
    This July 31, 2019 photo shows sewage sludge from the Lapeer Wastewater Treatment Plant in drying beds, where it is being stored until an arrangement is made for permanent disposal, in Lapeer, Mich. State officials ordered Lapeer to stop distributing its sludge for use as farm fertilizer after it was found to contain toxic PFAS chemicals. Experts are raising concerns that sludge spread on agricultural fields around the U.S. could contaminate crops. About half of the 7 million tons of sludge...

  • Forever Chemicals Sludge
    AP22377018_000016
    Forever Chemicals Sludge
    08/14/2019
    Robert F. Bukaty/AP/SIPA
    In this Thursday Aug. 15, 2019 photo, hay dries after a recent cut at Stoneridge Farm in Arundel, Maine. The farm has been forced to shut down after sludge spread on the farm land was linked to high levels of PFAS in the milk. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)/MERB206/7d4c6c3fcf3142689564949799cd2b55-dc3d9e600e114a9db2076df5d9e0991b//1909120644

  • Forever Chemicals Sludge
    AP22377018_000017
    Forever Chemicals Sludge
    08/14/2019
    Robert F. Bukaty/AP/SIPA
    In this Thursday Aug. 15, 2019 photo, dairy farmer Fred Stone stands for a portrait at his farm in Arundel, Maine. Fred Stone and his wife, Laura, whose farm is contaminated by toxic chemicals known collectively as PFAS, so-called "forever chemicals," have tested high for PFAS in their blood. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)/MERB207/8484a19bb3ba41c7b3f7efd98895b502-1a1213898a8d4dc4849f49296771ad6d//1909120644

  • Forever Chemicals Sludge
    AP22377018_000018
    Forever Chemicals Sludge
    08/14/2019
    Robert F. Bukaty/AP/SIPA
    In this Thursday Aug. 15, 2019 photo, dairy farmer Fred Stone walks to his baling machine at his dairy farm in Arundel, Maine. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)/MERB203/9b1673238b224623a10bb12c4b6211c9-1383ab66e07d4328b0a17d7929e7d63c//1909120644

  • Forever Chemicals Sludge
    AP22377018_000019
    Forever Chemicals Sludge
    08/14/2019
    Robert F. Bukaty/AP/SIPA
    In this Thursday Aug. 15, 2019 photo, dairy cows stand in the milking chamber at Stoneridge Farm in Arundel, Maine. The farm has been forced to shut down after sludge spread on the land was linked to high levels of PFAS in the milk. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)/MERB204/f858070acc5549ed974336bfddd08901-b7ffba3bb19f4d78931fe076680cc231//1909120644

  • Forever Chemicals Sludge
    AP22377018_000020
    Forever Chemicals Sludge
    08/14/2019
    Robert F. Bukaty/AP/SIPA
    In this Thursday Aug. 15, 2019 photo, dairy cows rest outside the home of Fred and Laura Stone at Stoneridge Farm in Arundel, Maine. The farm has been forced to shut down after sludge spread on the land was linked to high levels of PFAS in the milk. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)/MERB205/f85a36c372384a229eb835bc808dd140-216baada0dcd4fc28bd798711b0585a4//1909120644