In May of this year, the U.S. Supreme Court significantly weakened the reach of the Clean Water Act. Under this misguided decision, most wetlands and numerous streams are again vulnerable to pollution and destruction. The Clean Water Act of 2023 would undo much of the damage. Please urge your member of Congress to support this critical legislation!
The goal of the Center is to solve drinking water challenges with equitable solutions that address water pollution at the source. Polluting industries, not vulnerable communities, should bear the cost of cleaning up pollution that threatens drinking water sources.
Everyone deserves access to clean water, and that’s why it’s so important that leaders in the U.S. House are fighting back against the Trump administration’s rollback of clean water safeguards. The Clean Water For All Act (H.R. 6745) would block the administration’s reckless Dirty Water Rule, which
Clean Water Action and Seventh Generation are engaging people in campaigns to reduce water pollution and protect drinking waterSales of Seventh Generation’s new line of personal care products support Clean Water Action’s outreach, organizing and advocacy programs
In This Issue: Congress Should Protect People, Not Polluters! | Devastating Sackett v. EPA Supreme Court Decision Puts All Water At Risk | Lead In Drinking Water - Putting Lead Service Lines Behind Us | PFAS Chemicals - Taking the Burden Off Communities and Our Health | EPA Proposes to Expand Regulation of Toxic Coal Ash | State and Regional News
Coal plants have gotten a free pass to dump millions of pounds of toxic metals, nutrients, chlorides, bromide, and other pollutants into our nation’s waters for over 40 years. t is long past time these power plants treat all of their wastewater using modern and effective pollution control technologies, as required by the Clean Water Act. It is long past time these power plants treat all of their wastewater using modern and effective pollution control technologies, as required by the Clean Water Act.