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PFAS contamination in the Bucks and Montgomery County has been attributed to the firefighting foams used at former military facilities: The Naval Air Warfare Center in Warminster, the Naval air station Joint Reserve Base in Willow Grove, and the Horsham Air Guard Station.
The Environmental Rights Amendment in the Pennsylvania’s Constitution guarantees us the right to pure water. Yet, people all across Pennsylvania live without access to clean drinking water sources due to contamination from lead and PFAS; their health, households, schools, workplaces and farms are threatened.
New Jerseyans are joining together in opposition to the growing threat of new polluting pipelines, power plants, compressor stations, and other dangerous and unnecessary fossil fuel projects.
The Judiciary & Legislative Investigations Committee will hear resolution 19-0139R, Investigative Hearing - Municipal Composting on May 7th at 10:30am.
The Committee will hear agency reports and public testimony on the legislation. Written testimony may be submitted in advance by emailing Matthew Peters at Matthew.Peters@baltimorecity.gov. For anyone interested in giving oral testimony, they should arrive at City Hall at 9:45am with ID. They can sign up to testify on the 4th floor.
In 2019, Clean Water Action is helping lead the fight for clean water in California focusing especially on people living in communities without access to clean drinking water. California is home to some of the nation’s starkest divides between its most fortunate residents and its least fortunate, with over one million residents lacking access to safe drinking water.