Viruses
EPA  list
Primary
Pathogens
Heart
Disease
Cancer
Liver
Cerebrovascular
Disease
Respiratory
Disease
Pneumonia
Flu
Septicemia -
Bacteremia
Blood Poison
Uninary
tract
infections
spontaneous
Abortion
Adenovirus
    X
    X
X
  X
 
Coronaviruses
          x
X
     
Coxsackieviruses
X
X
X
X
X
         
Echovirus
X
X
    X
X
       
Enteroviruses
X
X
    X
    X
   
Hepatitis A
      X
           
herpesviruses
    X
  X
         
Orthomyxoviridae
            X
     
Papillomavirus
    X
    X
  X
   
Papovaviruses
        X
X
      X
                     
Pestivirus --  
          X
X
X
   
Picornaviruses
        X
         
Poliovirus
X
X
    X
  X
     
Polyomavirus
    X
             
Reovirus
X
X
               
Retroviruses
    X
        X
   
Torque teno virus
    X
             
Zygomycetes
    X
        X
   
VIRUS --

By Jim Bynum, VP                                                                                                                                                                                                        1/1/2009
Help for Sewage Victims

EPA claims sludge is safe because it does not test for any virus 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.


Recently, several Adenoviruses, especially Adenovirus 36 (AD-36) have been shown to cause Obesity in animals, and
association with human Obesity.

TABLE 3   Viruses and disease which could lead to death