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September 20, 2022 | In the News: San Francisco Chronicle

Lawsuit threatened over EtO emissions, Council votes for air monitors

Raul Garcia, Legislative Director, Policy & Legislation, Earthjustice: “The consequences are very real … because what we are seeing is direct impacts to those communities and to those very children. I think the EPA needs to learn from those communities like the one in Laredo that is standing up for themselves. They need to realize this issue is not going away. The community continues to put pressure on them, and we’ll take them to court if we have to.”

September 14, 2022 | Fact Sheet

Incineradores de Nueva Jersey

Los incineradores más grandes de Nueva Jersey se encuentran en nuestras comunidades de bajos ingresos y comunidades de color, y son algunos de los mayores contaminadores. A pesar de ser tan sucios, los incineradores han recibido más de $ 30 millones en subsidios de “energía limpia” desde 2004. Esto proviene del dinero que USTED paga a su empresa de servicios públicos como contribuyente.

September 14, 2022 | Fact Sheet

Factsheet: Incinerators in New Jersey #ClearTheAir

New Jersey’s biggest incinerators are in our low-income communities and communities of color, and they are some of the biggest polluters. Despite being so filthy, incinerators have received over $30 million in “clean energy” subsidies since 2004. This is money that YOU pay to your utility as a ratepayer. #ClearTheAir

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