posted on Oct, 19 2011 @ 08:17 PM
I work as a sewage treatment officer, and lately, (since around 2008) ive been noticing weird chemicals in the sewage. I eventually tested it and the
chemical that mostly stuck out is diaminomethanone, a byproduct of certain poisonous and semi-poisonous breeds of water mocassin. Diaminomethanone has
been found to severely damage the respiratory tract in humans and other animals. Now i know for a fact that diaminomethanone isnt leaking in to the
sewers naturally, as the breeds of water mocassin that produce it live in the northern parts of africa and the middle east. Its not the fact that the
sewers have diaminomethanone, its the possibility that the drinking water has it, and its coming in to the sewage system via flushing. I never did get
to test the clean water pipes, can someone get on that for me?