Tag: Pollution

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Press Release OVEC Oct 4, 2018
Groups Applaud Progress on Ohio River Protections
Your comments worked--for now! We will need to continue to let ORSANCO know we what it to maintain its role in pollution control standards for the Ohio River. More
Issues: CoalFrackingMountaintop removalPipelinesPollutionWater
Hoots and Hollers OVEC Oct 2, 2018
Sign-On Letter: “Innovation Valley: A Cleaner, Better Vision for the Ohio River Valley” #NoASH
WV, OH, and PA grassroots groups are circulating a sign-on letter to our states' governors calling for an alternative future in the Ohio River Valley, one that is not based on extraction and harm. Deadline to sign is Oct. 19 More
Issues: Appalachian Storage HubFrackingPollutionWater
Press Release OVEC Oct 1, 2018
Ohio River Advocates to Governors: Reject Roll-Back of Clean Water Protections
In the lead-up to an October 4 vote that could overturn 70 years of regional collaboration to reduce pollution in the Ohio River, advocates are urging regional governors to reject weakening clean water protections to the river, which is the source of drinking water for more than five million people. More
Issues: Appalachian Storage HubFrackingMountaintop removalPipelinesPollutionWater
Hoots and Hollers Robin Sep 28, 2018
Huntington Mayor Asks ORSANCO to Maintain Its Ohio River Pollution Control Standards
Huntington, WV Mayor Steve Williams has sent a statement to ORSANCO commissioners, asking that they not abdicate their PSC role iwithin the Ohio River watershed. You can comment too! More
Issues: PollutionWater
Ohio River
Hoots and Hollers Robin Sep 26, 2018
Act Now: Final Push to Keep Ohio River Pollution Control Standards Intact
Next week ORSANCO meets in Fayette Co. and may try to ditch its Ohio River pollution control standards efforts. Speak up, and contact your gov, too. Here's how. More
Issues: FrackingMountaintop removalPollutionWater
Newlsetter OVEC Sep 19, 2018
Winds of Change, Fall, 2018
On June 27, the Keeper of the National Register of Historic Places announced its decision to restore the site of the 1921 Battle of Blair Mountain labor conflict to the National Register, which should help protect the site from mountaintop removal coal mining. More
Issues: Appalachian Storage HubClean electionsMountaintop removalPipelinesPollutionWater
Hoots and Hollers OVEC Sep 17, 2018
Elizabeth Catte’s Talk: Petrochem Wrong for Appalachia’s Future
Politicians promoting a massive petrochemical complex for our region would be getting the future of Appalachia all wrong if they have their way. Support those already living in Cancer Alleys in LA and TX and get up, get active right here in WV! More
Issues: Appalachian Storage HubPollutionSocial justiceWaterWest Virginia
Hoots and Hollers Mary Wildfire Sep 10, 2018
Review of Amity and Prosperity: One Family and the Fracturing of America by Eliza Griswold
Read this book if you want a close-up look at how state and federal agencies work, and what happens to those adversely affected by fracking. More
Issues: CoalFrackingHealthMarcellus shalePollution
Hoots and Hollers OVEC Aug 20, 2018
DEP Public Hearing on State Plan for the Control of Air Pollution from Municipal Solid Waste Landfills
Here are comments you can use to draft your own. The hearing and comment deadline are today, August 20. More
Issues: FrackingPollutionWest Virginia
Hoots and Hollers Robin Aug 17, 2018
We Won! And, Now A Related Battle: Your Comments Needed!
Today! Federal court rules that life-saving protections must now be implemented by industry. That's a big win! Now please comment for more community protections. Details here. More
Issues: MCHMPollutionWaterWest Virginia
Hoots and Hollers Robin Aug 9, 2018
Submit Comments to Your Governor re: Ohio River Pollution Standards
Please contact your governor about ORSANCO's Ohio River pollution control standards. Here's how, If you want to attend a meeting where ORSANCO makes a decision on these standards, contact Robin. Here's how. More
Issues: PollutionWater
Hoots and Hollers Randi Pokladnik Aug 8, 2018
Drowning in a Sea of Estrogen: Another Reason for #PetroFreeWV, #NoASH
Chemicals used in oil and gas fracking are another source of chemicals wrecking havoc with our fertility. More than 130 chemicals used in fracking are known or suspected endocrine-disrupting chemicals. #PetroFreeWV #NoASH More
Issues: Appalachian Storage HubPollutionWater
Hoots and Hollers OVEC Aug 1, 2018
Volunteer, Show the Ohio River Some Love: Living Land & Waters Garbage Barge Here Now
Come help clean up the Ohio River. Jump on the Garbage Barge. More
Issues: PollutionWater
Hoots and Hollers Mary Wildfire Jul 26, 2018
West Virginians Do Not Want China’s Appalachian Gas Investments: #NoASH #PetroFreeWV
Not everyone here in West Virginia thinks building Cancer Alley #2 along the entire Ohio River border of our state would be wonderful. Far from it! More
Issues: Appalachian Storage HubFrackingPipelinesPollution
Ohio River
Action Alert Vivian Jul 24, 2018
Act Now: Ohio River Pollution Control Standards in Jeopardy; Upcoming Events
ORSANCO needs to hear from you: Come to the hearing, or submit written comments and please write a letter to the editor to encourage others to comment, too. #waterislife More
Issues: Appalachian Storage HubFrackingHealthMountaintop removalPipelinesPollution
Hoots and Hollers Randi Pokladnik Jul 21, 2018
Why We Shouldn’t Frack Our Forests (or Fields, or Farms, or…)
To believe that one can conduct fracking and still sustain a vibrant, healthy forest ecosystem is ludicrous.  More
Issues: FrackingPipelinesPollution
Hoots and Hollers OVEC Jul 11, 2018
Ask Your State Legislators to Stand Up to Global Corporations, Speak Out Against ISDS in NAFTA
Attention West Virginians! Easy e-action to urge your state legislators to stand up to global corporations at NAFTA is renegotiated. More
Issues: FrackingMountaintop removalPipelinesPollutionSocial justiceWest Virginia
Hoots and Hollers Robin Jul 3, 2018
Coordinated Ohio River Pollution Control Standards May Disappear: Comment!
Now is the time to write your comments for the sake of the Ohio River. ORSANCO has worked to ensure consistent water quality standards on the Ohio River for six decades and should not abdicate that role now. More
Issues: Aboveground storage tanksFrackingMountaintop removalPollutionWater
Ohio River
Hoots and Hollers Robin Jun 14, 2018
Less or More Ohio River Pollution Control Standards?
Source of drinking water for 5 million, the Ohio River is the most polluted ricer in the U.S. Be ready to tell ORSANCO to drop its the proposal to change in the way it deals with pollution control standards.  More
Issues: PollutionWater
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