Kingston in 2008. Lake Michigan in 2011. North Carolina in 2014. None of these toxic coal ash spills should have happened, but because of decades of lax regulations, they did. Take action today and tell the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that you are fed up with coal-burning power plants poisoning our water with lead, mercury, arsenic, cadmium and other nasty chemicals - click here!
Right now many important wetlands and streams – the drinking water sources for nearly 117 million Americans - are vulnerable to pollution and destruction. Join your neighbors and the thousands of Clean Water Action members today and tell the president to take action now to protect all our nation’s waters.