WHEN chemists at the University at Buffalo, The State University of New York (UB), began studying waste disposal at a dairy farm in New York, they thought the farm's advanced system for processing manure would help remove estrogens and antibiotics from the waste.
Instead, the scientists found that the chemicals largely persisted in the treated materials, which are typically reused as fertilizer and animal bedd
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