National attention on the pollution and disease from CAFOs

[Don] Ystad and 1,000s of residents in central Wisconsin in Wood, Portage, Adams and Juneau counties are working to stop the inception of a massive concentrated agricultural feeding operation (CAFO) in central Wisconsin that would dump some 50 million gallons of liquid cow waste per year into the environment, with no wasterwater treatment.

That the equivalent of what a “city with a population of 106,000 people” produces every single day, notes the Protect Wood County and Its Neighbors website, only cities with 106,000 people have wastewater treatment plants.

Via Erin Brockovich Hits Dumping Phosphorus, Cow Manure into Water @ MAL Contends . . .

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