Clean Water Action is working to ban hydraulic fracturing (fracking), the treatment and dumping of fracking waste in our waters, and the transport of shale gas through sensitive areas. Fracking depletes water supplies, is not clean, and fracking waste contains carcinogenic and radioactive chemicals, such as arsenic, benzene, mercury, radium, diesel, and grease, that pose significant risk to human health and the environment.
There are many ways to get involved, from letter-writing and signing petitions, to attending press events and rallies. Take action below or contact Jenny Vickers at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Clean Water Action's 28th annual conference will be held on Saturday, March 1, 2014 at Georgian Court University (GCU) in Lakewood, NJ. The annual event brings together citizens, organizations, students, scientists, and policymakers to discuss the most important environmental issues facing New Jersey.
We need stronger, not weakened, laws to protect our air, water, land, and public health. Consider this: