Burning coal for electricity produces ash and sludge full of arsenic, boron, cadmium, chromium, lead, mercury, and selenium. Where do you think it all goes? That's right -- the same power plants that are causing asthma with their soot and wrecking our climate with their carbon are also dumping tons of toxic waste into our waters. They spew millions of pounds of pollutants into America's…
Environmental Protection Since 1892, the Sierra Club has been working to protect communities, wild…Read More
Wow! Check out this quick video that shows just how close toxic coal ash is stored to Charlotte residents water supply. Scary stuff.
It is not only coal dust but lot of pollutants escape to environment emitted by refrectories specially by porcelain casting industries.
Fracking is tearing our Country & Mother Nature apart. Now is the time to stop more long term damage & to try and heal the damage that has already occured before it is too late. Mother Nature & People are not an infinite economy this damages our eco systems as well the whole balance is…Read More
Clean water = everything on this planet staying alive. We can't manufacture water. Eventually every drop of fresh water and salt water will be polluted if we continue down this path, and at that point it will be near impossible to "clean" it up. Soon instead of oil wars it's going to be water wars.…Read More
Heavy metals and toxic sludge don't belong in our water. Tell the EPA that you want real protections against Big Coal's toxic wastewater!