What's At Stake
When coal is burned to produce electricity, a toxic waste known as coal ash is left behind. Filled with hazardous metals and toxic pollutants such as arsenic, lithium, lead, and other carcinogens and neurotoxins, coal ash poisons our water, sickens our bodies, and kills fish and wildlife. Tell the Environmental Protection Agency: Time to close the loophole that left over half a billion tons of toxic coal ash in landfills and ponds exempt from federal oversight.
Delivery to EPA Administrator Michael Regan