Protect Communities from Toxic Coal Ash at the Louisville Hearing!
Right now communities across the country are exposed to heavy metals such as arsenic, lead and mercury when hazardous materials from coal ash disposal sites seep into our drinking water. The result -- increased risk of cancer, learning disabilities, birth defects and other illnesses.
Join us at an EPA hearing September 28th in Louisville as we stand up to industry pressure and show that Americans want strong safeguards.
Tuesday, September 28thTIME:
Morning session from 10am to 12pm, afternoon session from 1pm to 5pm, evening session from 6:30pm to 9pm or later.WHERE: Seelbach Hilton
500 Fourth Street, Louisville, KY 40202-2518, Phone: (502) 585-3200 (map
Sign up for free transportation to the hearing here: http://kyipl.kintera.org/coalash CONTACT:
Lauren McGrath at firstname.lastname@example.org
or 859-309-0214 with any questions, or if you are looking for a carpool, a bus, or can't make it but still want to get involved.Do you want to be a speaker, but are unsure what to say? We're here to help!
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