Clean Water Action’s team launched into action on Friday, June 2nd to mobilize a large group of advocates and environmental leaders to sign on to a “Thank you” letter to Governor Malloy
June 14th, 2017 was a milestone for Connecticut as members of Clean Water Action and the Coalition for a Safe and Healthy CT joined with the Commissioners from the Departments of Consume
Connecticut is fortunate to have abundant sources of clean water for drinking, recreation and supporting wildlife. But our waters are at risk. Wednesday, the U.S. Senate’s Environment and Public Works Committee held a hearing to reconsider the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Water Rule.
We can't throw tires away in landfills because of all the toxic chemicals they contain so why is it okay to grind them up, call it recycled rubber mulch and use them on children's playgrounds? Recycled tire rubber contains numerous toxic chemicals including styrene, a chemical that is neurotoxic and a likely human carcinogen, butadiene-a proven human carcinogen linked to leukemia and lymphoma and lead and cadmium which are also neurotoxic.