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We're women from on a mission to spread awareness on toxic polluted and it's effects. This isn't just a NY issue it's worldwide!
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Liz Moran 8h
"Given the situation in Washington, it’s imperative that the states act." Agreed. , New Yorkers can't wait anymore. We need to start testing for emerging contaminants ASAP.
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Silent Spring Inst 6h
How an unregulated chemical entered a North Carolina community’s .
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EHN 8h
Our editor with rundown of what he's tracking on as we flip the calendar. What are you watching in the new year?
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A Finneran 6h
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NY Water Project 25m
Excellent news from ! Hope more companies follow your lead! ..by 2020 its materials would use 100% 'bluesign'-approved materials, 100% sustainable cotton, 50% recycled polyester, and water-repellent materials entirely free of polluting perfluorocarbons (PFCs).
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Marvis Herring Dec 16
“This is your backyard. This is your water. This is your health. This is your future,” via
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erin brockovich Dec 15
I’ve investigated this WATER BORNE disease in drinking water for years... 6,238 cases this year, up 13.6% from same time last year, which was up 7.8% from the year before. is regulated but rarely tested for. The culture of denial needs to STOP.
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erin brockovich Dec 15
I am pleased to announce that I will be hosting a community meeting with the residents of Kent County about the water contamination tomorrow, Dec. 16, at 2:00pm. All residents are welcome. See my Facebook post for more details and location.
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Peter Iwanowicz 21h
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Amy Brown Dec 17
Waterlines being installed here in Belmont NC because of HB630 a law that Duke helped write... They still claim no wrongdoing & seeking a rate increase to get their money back for the bottled water that we've HAD to rely on for almost 3 years! How is this acceptable
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NY Water Project 21h
EPA seeks input to rework rule on lead in drinking water
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Connie Plouffe Dec 16
Now if New York really wants to take the we have to lower our standards, and set our level below 5 parts per trillion. Sometimes lowering ones standards can be a good thing.
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NY Water Project Dec 16
WILMINGTON, NC  UNCW, CFPUA water study discovers new compounds
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NY Water Project Dec 16
EPA delays post-Flint rule changes for lead in drinking water
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Dr. Iman Al-Saleh Dec 16
In USA,Michigan State will set the limit for per-&polyfluoroalkyl substances () in to 5 parts per trillion (ppt),14 times less than Environmental Protection Agency's health advisory level (70 ppt) for two of PFAS chemicals.
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Eric Schneiderman Dec 15
The Trump admin’s attempt to suspend the is clearly illegal. I’m leading a coalition of 11 AGs in challenging the delay of these vital protections:
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Delaware Riverkeeper Dec 15
Officials investigating poverty in US shocked at the level of environmental degradation "saying he had never seen anything like it in the developed world.” We need s. Please retweet and spread the word.
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