If it’s so good for us and the lands, why haven’t the Koch Bros made a tea for themselves? An ounce of prevention is worth a thousand pounds of cure. As David Koch has called himself a “crusader” against cancer, isn’t it time Mr. Koch allow us all the opportunity to reduce our chances of getting cancer from the sludge ash being manufactured at Georgia Pacific and dumped on agriculture lands in North Florida and South East Georgia? The dumping isn’t sustainable and never has been. This is nothing new, just more of the same. Greed dictating what to do with the bi-products of industrialized raw resources. The answer is not to dump carcinogens on agriculture lands, producers of food and crops which contain these harmful elements are devastating to people with compromised immune systems, the very young and the elderly.
WE BESEECH THE KOCH BROTHERS WHO UNDOUBTEDLY HAD NO IDEA OF THE CARCINOGENS IN THEIR BYPRODUCT CHANGE COURSE OF ACTION AND MANDATE THESE MATERIALS GO TO A LANDFILL.