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ALCOSAN sign & river

Let PWSA and Mayor Peduto know that you support the Clean and Green plan and want to see community benefits for your investment!

Neville Island / photo: Clean Water

Sign the Petition calling on DTE Energy to remediate the Shenango coke works site on Neville Island by tearing down the plant and replacing the facility with a solar array.

Each year more than 1 million Californians are served water that does not meet safe drinking water standards. That's unacceptable. Let's call for change. 

Water justice advocates have been working for years to secure a sustainable source of funding to address water affordability challenges and meet both capital costs and operation and maintenance needs in low-income communities impacted by nitrates, arsenic, pesticides, and other contaminants.



Stop Trumps' Deniers. Original photo credit: Shawn Hempel / Shutterstock

Fringe positions that ignore the reality of climate change, push dirty fossil fuels, and don’t value clean air and water have no place at the top of our Federal agencies. But President Elect Trump has stacked his transition team with fossil fuel lobbyists and anti science climate deniers. His nominee for EPA is a climate-denying idealouge who has sued to stop commonsense protections like the Clean Water Rule and Clean Power Plan.

Trump's Cabinet / Illustration by Jan Comport

Our climate future is hanging in the balance - we have to reduce our dependence on fossil fuels. We have to make sure Rex Tillerson is not confirmed as Secretary of State.

Trump's Cabinet / Illustration by Jan Comport

Rick Perry's nomination as Energy Secretary is a swing and a miss when it comes to our energy future. He is one of the usual suspects - a big friend of the oil and gas industry.

Stop Trumps' Deniers. Original photo credit: Shawn Hempel / Shutterstock

Donald Trump is doing exactly what he said he would do when it comes to clean water and public health. We know what we need to do - resist and fight back. Join us!

A picture of kayakers on the Monocacy River with the text "Protect the Monocacy Scenic River"

For decades, the Monocacy River has been in poor health. Polluted runoff carries sediment, phosphorus, and fecal bacteria into the river each time it rains; the Maryland Department of the Environment declared that the Monocacy River shows unhealthy levels of all three pollutants.

This pollution threatens not only the rivers and streams where we swim, fish, and play, but also our drinking water: nearly one-third of Frederick City's municipal water comes from the Monocacy River.


Clean Water Action, working with partners and local communities, is advocating for legislation (SB818) that will help eliminate the Commonwealth’s last major source of untreated sewage dumping into the Potomac River watershed. Take Action! Tell your legislators to support this important legislation.