EPA 1989
list
primary
pathogens
Heart
disease
Cerebrovascular
disease
Respiratory
disease
Pneumonia
Septicemia
Baxteremia
Necrotizing
(flesh eating)
urinary
tract
Dental
disease
Eye
infections
Absidia
    X
X
    X
     
Aspergillus
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
  X
 
Blastomycosis
    X
  X  
  X
X
   
Candida
  X
X
X
  X
  X
  X
Coccidioidomycosis
      X
    X
     
Crytococcosis
  X
X
X
X
X
  X
  X
Histoplasmosis
            X
     
Mucor
  X
X
X
  X
X
  X
X
Phialophora
  X
X
X
  X
      X
Phycomyces
            X
     
Rhizopus
  X
X
X
    X
X
X
X
Trichosporon,
  X
  X
  X
X
    X
Zygomycois
          X
       
FUNGUS AND YEAST

By Jim Bynum, VP                                                                                                                                                                                                     1/1/2008
Help for Sewage Victims

EPA claims sludge is safe because it does not test for any fungus or toxin listed as: 1) Infectious characteristics (RCRA); 2)
disease causing agents (CWA - CERCLA); and 3)  
Etiologic Agents (CDC) The Public Health Security and Bioterrorism
Preparedness and Response Act of 2002,  
(UDSDA 9CFR 121 & 7 CFR 331) and hazardous waste rules Part 261.

Table 6 disease and death