Environmental Pollution: Discharge of Raw Human Wastes from Railroad Trains: Hearing Before...91-2, July 28, 1970

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Page 2 - Secretary is authorized to make and enforce such regulations as in his judgment are necessary to prevent the introduction, transmission, or spread of communicable diseases from foreign countries into the States or possessions, or from one State or possession into any other State or possession.
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Page 62 - I believe that in the well-drained, but cool and moist soil under the ties and ballast of a modern railway roadbed baptized day after day and year after year with the albuminous fluids of human excrement, the bacillus typhosus once planted in this natural culture medium, will lie forever, revitalized by new infection, perhaps, but in the meantime facultative enough to meet seasonal and other changes and remain potent.
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Page 3 - It can, therefore, be stated with reasonable assurance that information at present available fails to establish the existence of a public health menace resulting from the method of disposal of fecal wastes employed by railways, This by no means proves the negative — that such a menace does not exist.
Page 41 - I think that one of the reasons for that is that the figures they looked at in the first place were not quite realistic from this standpoint.
Page 18 - Bacteriological Studies of the Effects of Human Wastes From Passenger-Carrying Cars on Railroad Rights-of-Way

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