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Cleaning Up Mercury, Protecting Our Health
Photo of cement kiln in Midlothian, TX. Credit: Samantha Bornhorst.
Cement plants are among the nation's worst toxic polluters, spewing mercury and other pollutants into our air and water. Despite these threats, they have avoided limits on their toxic pollution for more than a decade.
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Cement Kiln Flyovers

Two Seattle Cement Kilns From Above
This video features two Seattle cement kilns, located just outside of downtown Seattle. Mercury emissions from these sites impact hundreds of thousands of people around the Puget Sound. Toxic levels of mercury in fish affect everyone, especially children and pregnant women. Ready to learn more? Watch this video, and share it with everyone you know.

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A Bay Area Cement Kiln From Above
This video features the Cupertino cement kiln, located just outside San Francisco. Mercury emissions from this site impact hundreds of thousands of people in the Bay Area. Toxic levels of mercury in fish affect everyone, especially children and pregnant women. Ready to learn more? Watch this video, and share it with everyone you know

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