Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Large sewage seepage concerns Valley residents

A dangerous sewage system is not native to Harlem.

News Tribune - News - Local - Large sewage seepage concerns Valley residents

If you're smelling it, you're breathing it I told many people in Harlem from Congressman Charles Rangel to a passerby on the street kind enough to listen and accept a flier.

The problem of the health impact of our sewage treatment plants is much bigger than the traditional media is reporting. I've posted my research from before I left Harlem in '98 on this blog.

It's not a problem one can run away from. All across the eastern seaboard old sewage system are cracking, exposing resident to air borne toxins.

"The sinkhole is located south of their homes, according to city engineer Jack Kusek. Todd Schmollinger said a separate pool of sewage “three or four cars long” has seeped up through the ground 30 yards from his deck.

“The cleanup of (that area) would be nice in the near future. I’m tired of smelling sewage,” he said.

Kusek said the city has begun looking for a way to fix the problem. After mine reclamation work was done, slag was spread on top of sewer pipes. Those pipes were buried about 16 feet below the surface now lie 30 feet below, under more pressure than they were built for.

After city workers found the sinkhole earlier this summer, John Pohar & Sons Inc. began excavation with the hope of replacing the damaged pipe. But the more they dug in search of undamaged pipe to connect to, the more broken pipe they uncovered. More than 40 feet of pipe have been exposed, Kusek said, and they still have not found a solid section."

To solve the problem we need to replace our failed sewage and water systems with modern hemp plastic and hempcrete. Henry Ford said hemp plastic is 10 times stronger than steel.

All parts of the system need air tight covers and constant VOC and other scientific forms of monitoring.

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

BBC Reports Collapse of WTC Building 7 Early-- TWICE

9/11 is an inside job that needs to be brought to justice.

Thursday, August 12, 2010