Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Take action today and tell EPA Administrator Jackson to regulate coal ash as the hazardous waste it is


                           

November 17, 2010
Tell EPA that coal ash is hazardous waste!
Dear Friend,

Coal ash is a dangerous mix of arsenic, lead, mercury and other poisons.

Without proper disposal, it can contaminate drinking water supplies, surface waters and communities.  EPA must decide whether to regulate toxic coal ash as a hazardous waste, or continue to regulate it in the same way as household trash.

Take action today and tell EPA Administrator Jackson to regulate coal ash as the hazardous waste it is.



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There are thousands of dangerous and poorly managed coal ash impoundments and thousands more unregulated coal ash dumps across the nation - putting your community in harm's way. Without your action, EPA may succumb to pressure by the coal industry and value profits over people.  Don't let this happen!
Make your voice heard before midnight on Friday, November 19!
For clean water and strong communities,

Scott, Janelle, & Allie
The Dirty Lie Team
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