NRDC Lawsuit Prompts EPA to Restore Mercury Protection Rule It Illegally Withdrew

The Environmental Protection Agency today, acting in response to a lawsuit by the Natural Resources Defense Council, reinstated a rule that will protect the public from more than five tons of mercury discharges each year from dental offices across the nation. The following is a statement by Margaret Hsieh, attorney on the Litigation team at …

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Ohio Fracking Wastewater Test Reveals Toxic Mess

— by Beth Buczynski, originally published on Care2 | July 8, 2012 The natural gas industry, and it’s supporting case of puppet politicians, continue to claim that fracking has no negative impact on the environment or local drinking water supplies. There are many incidents of flammable water and poisoned streams that refute these claims, of course, but neither …

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