Clean Water Action joined the Clean Air Taunton Coalition to fight against a proposed sludge incinerator in Taunton which would release PFAS and other contaminants into the air, water, and soil of the local Massachusetts communities.
The Massachusetts Legislature has the opportunity to protect residents, particularly children, from exposure to health-threatening toxics and pollution by passing the full Healthy Futures for All legislative package this session. This group of bills will ensure that no community is left behind as we make Massachusetts cleaner, healthier, and safer for everyone.
The Lead Service Line Collaborative Collaborative is featuring case examples and interviews with states, water utilities, and advocates advancing LSL replacement with innovative strategies. The Collaborative highlighted Clean Water Action's work in Chelsea, Massachussets in its new "Case Study: Roles for Community Groups in LSL Replacement efforts."
In This Issue | Let's Talk Trash! | Massachusetts: Offshore Wind in Salem | Connecticut: Equitable Energy Efficiency | Connecticut: PFAS | Massachusetts: The Road to Net-Zero Emissions Buildings in Boston | Massachusetts: Celebrating Steve Turner | Massachusetts: Polluted Polly Comes to Massachusetts