The goal of the National Biosolids Partnership (NBP), a not-for-profit alliance formed in 1997 with the Association of Metropolitan Sewerage Agencies (AMSA), Water Environment Federation (WEF), and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), is to advance environmentally sound and accepted biosolids management practices. Biosolids producers, service contractors, and users - together with stakeholders from regulatory agencies, universities, the farming community, and environmental organizations - will have input into shaping NBP priorities through scientific and technical support and communications linkages relating to biosolids issues.
REPIDISCA selecciona y analiza material bibliográfico sobre varios aspectos de la salud ambiental, poniendo especial interés a los documentos generados en América Latina y el Caribe. Registra investigaciones, informes técnicos, tesis, ponencias de congresos, normas técnicas, videos, programas de computadora, materiales de enseñanza, que generalmente se editan y distribuyen en forma limitada. Así, los usuarios de la REPIDISCA disponen de información documental actualizada a nivel mundial.
The Pennsylvania Environmental Network's Sludge Leadership Team is opposed to land application of sludge. It's web page provides information on sewage sludge in Pennsylvania including graphs, general information, and local cases.
San Diego Clean Water Alliance website provides information on San Diego sewage and water issues. The San Diego Clean Water Alliance is a joint effort of San Diego Baykeeper, the San Diego County Surfrider Foundation, the San Diego/Imperial County Chapter of the Sierra Club, the Environmental Health Coalition and Surfers Tired of Pollution (STOP).
The EnviroLink Library is a comprehensive resource of environmental information available on the Internet. Information is categorized by types of resources (organizations, publications, etc.) and environmental topics. Extensive searching tools exist to make finding resources easier.
Available online, the Watershed Sentinel is a bi-monthly magazine that is dedicated to a clean environment and a sustainable economy. The Sentinel watches over the tall trees, taller mountains, and waters of BC, Canada. The magazine's writers also see the effects of humans on these treasures, including clear-cut logging, chlorine- pumping pulp mills, and big-city sewage.
After 27 years at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and being close to retirement, William Sanjour decided to try to gather all the things he has written about EPA's decades of delinquency and his experience as a whistleblower in one place.