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“Earthen Dams of toxic Coal Ash”

January 20, 2017

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Just dirt, no lining, no concrete is all that is holding tons of Toxic Coal Ash at Duke Energy Facilities  that continue to poise Health & Environmental hazardous risks as Duke Energy offers a questionable $5,000 Goodwill gesture, good for who?? The EPA knows all to well how earthen dams can and do collapse just […]

Antiquated Relics – The Navy’s Red Hill Fuel Tanks

October 7, 2016

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Truth be told about the Navy’s continued strong-arm fight to hold on to what is now ancient wonders of a days gone by.  In a time when the Department of Defense (DOD) is working strategically to modernize refueling and avoid long stays in ports leaving our defense Aircraft and Ships at high risk of attack, […]

No Maximum Contaminant Levels for toxic hexavalent chromium in our Public water

August 16, 2016

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Loose regulations by the EPA has allowed exorbitant amounts of toxic hazardous waste from Coal Ash into the Public Drinking Water Reservoirs. And today a letter from the Environmental Working Group (EWG) to the EPA – asks for action from the EPA to  set  a Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL) for Hexavalent Chromium. In the letter […]