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Mira Claire 22h
Except it IS a problem in Ranson where you’re building your dirty coal burning factory on karst geology where more rain means even greater probability you’re poisoning our water table & the Chesapeake watershed!
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Kira Young 22h
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Resist Rockwool Jul 16
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MountainStateMama Jul 10
The children of will be happy to hear your statistics! No need to worry about 154 tons of PM10 & 134 tons of PM2.5 that will emit ANNUALLY within 2 miles of 4 schools. Thanks for taking care of our kids!
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Popular Resistance Jul 11
The Jefferson County Board of Education will no longer pursue condemnation of ’s property to build a educational center for student with special needs.
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travelorbust Jul 9
You mean where you’ve had your hand in trying to bring a heavy polluting plant into a community where it isn’t wanted?
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Resist Rockwool Jul 9
Letter to CEO Craig Menear demanding the removal of products from store shelves. violates ethical sourcing standards.
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Fmr. Mayor Scott Rogers Jul 15
Your manufacturing process in uses 93 tons of coal per day and fracked gas. Your manufacturing process is a contributor to .
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travelorbust Jul 9
This company also sells stone based insulation from Rockwool, which is made out of coal fired plants across the street from elementary schools
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StopRockwool Jul 14
Replying to @everhartforwv
You have no credibility on MARC. The plan to make it sustainable was paid for by taxpayers for Jefferson Orchard then destroyed by
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StopRockwool Jul 10
Denmark is a plague on the United States. Danish Rockwool is building among the largest and dirtiest new coal powered manufacturing facilities in the world in Mississippi and West Virginia
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StopRockwool Jul 14
. . put foreign corporations and their own wealth ahead of the people and economy of West Virginia
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StopRockwool Jul 9
And hurting jobs growth in booming . Nobody who can afford to escape will send their kids to school next to an inferno with toxic emissions
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travelorbust Jul 12
How about stopping from building a coal fired, heavy polluting plant across the street from an elementary school in the Metro Washington DC area?
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Ben S Jul 13
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