The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced a new pilot program to test industrial sewage and treat it for sewage, but the agency is not testing the process on humans.
Industrial sewage is produced by the use of wastewater treatment plants and treatment plants for drinking water.
The EPA uses it for drinking and industrial purposes, and the EPA tests the treatment and disposal of industrial wastewater to ensure the water is safe for human consumption.
But the process is not tested on humans, the EPA said in a statement on Monday.
The EPA will test industrial wastewater for potential pollutants in July, according to the EPA’s website.
The agency said it will be testing sewage in three locations in the U.S., including in New York, Philadelphia and New Jersey.
It is not currently testing the treatment of industrial waste, which the EPA has been using for decades.
The test results will be available on the EPA website at http://www.epa.gov/samples/indoor-samples-indoor_test.html in July.
The test results are available at http://www.nhs.gov//epa/soll/indoors_test_results.html.
The government is working with wastewater treatment companies to identify and evaluate ways to improve the efficiency of industrial sewage treatment.