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Request a Free Lead Seminar in Your Neighborhood

May 31, 2018

Is your family at risk from lead? Fill out the form below to arrange a free presentation for you, your family and your neighbors.

Clean Water Action Congratulates Environmental Champions on Election Victories

May 16, 2018

Pittsburgh – Clean Water Action issued a short statement following yesterday’s Primary Election in Pennsylvania, congratulating environmental champions Sara Innamorato (Allegheny Co.), Joe Hohenstein (Phila.), and Chris Rabb (Phila.) who succeeded in winning races that will likely send them to Harrisburg next year.

Kensington neighborhood, Philadelphia / photo: (CC BY-NC 2.0)

Address Lead in Philadelphia by Becoming a Green Ambassador

April 10, 2018

Residents interested in becoming Green Ambassadors can reach out for in-home “walk-throughs” where Clean Water Fund will assist them in identifying possible lead sources in their own homes so they may learn to do the same for their neighbors.

Clean Water Action Opposes Rick Saccone’s Congressional Campaign

Today, Clean Water Action announced their opposition to Rick Saccone’s candidacy in the March 13th special election to fill the vacancy in Pennsylvania’s 18th Congressional District.

Clean Water Action Endorses Erika Strassburger for Pittsburgh City Council

February 14, 2018 – Pittsburgh – Today Clean Water Action endorsed Erika Strassburger in her campaign for City Council District 8. Clean Water Action is non-profit environmental organization that has worked to win strong health and environmental protections by bringing issue expertise, solution-oriented thinking and people power to the table. They have roughly 80,000 members across Pennsylvania, and 1,500 members in District 8.

On Clean Water Act Anniversary, State House Attacks Clean Water Protections

October 19, 2017

“Its shocking that one of the few things Democrats and Republicans can agree on in Harrisburg is the need to continue to allow the oil and gas industry to evade our clean water laws,” stated Myron Arnowitt, Pennsylvania Director for Clean Water Action.