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August 8, 2014 | Press Release: Victory

Residents Get Justice from City of Rochelle, Georgia

A group of citizens who have endured raw sewage bubbling up into their homes and yards from city pipes for decades reached a settlement this week with their city government in Rochelle, Ga. The old, leaky city sewer pipes will be replaced.

August 8, 2014 | Blog Post

Clean Victory for a Georgia Community

Celebrate with a community of African-American people in Rochelle, GA, who are finally going to get a sewage system that works.

August 6, 2014 | Blog Post

In Florida, Toxic Algae is a Year-Round Fight

For those of us living here in sunny Florida, noxious green slime outbreaks like the one that shut Toledo, Ohio's, water system, are now a year-round occurrence.

June 5, 2014 | Case

Ending Dangerous Coal Ash Pollution into Florida's Apalachicola River

On behalf of three conservation groups, Earthjustice has filed a federal lawsuit to stop toxic water pollution that is leaking into the Apalachicola River from an aging 40-acre coal ash dump at Gulf Power Company’s Scholz Generating Plant near Sneads, Florida. The groups say Gulf Power is illegally discharging dangerous pollutants—including arsenic and lead—into the river, threatening people and the environment in the most ecologically-diverse area of the southern United States.

April 15, 2014 | Feature

The United States of Solar

Earthjustice's clean energy work stretches from the islands of Hawaiʻi to across the mainland. Learn about our key litigation and policy work on solar energy nationwide and in states across the country.

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