All posts tagged with Toxic Water
03/03/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

When we think of environmental crimes, practices such as logging and fracking might come to mind, but some of the

http://www.epa.news/2017-03-03-epas-fake-science-covered-up-the-massive-environmental-crime-of-biosludge-new-health-ranger-film-biosludged-to-expose-the-mass-poisoning-of-america.html

02/20/2017 / By Amy Goodrich

Allowing farmers to use raw sewage sludge or biosolids from wastewater treatment plants as a fertilizer is one of the

http://www.epa.news/2017-02-20-epa-has-pushed-america-into-a-toxic-legacy-with-fraudulent-science-that-covered-up-crimes-of-biosludge-warns-new-documentary.html

02/14/2017 / By Thomas Dishaw

People rarely put much thought into what is used to fertilize our farms, forests, school playgrounds and public parks. However,

http://www.epa.news/2017-02-14-biosludged-health-ranger-warns-epa-has-unleashed-a-devastating-vector-for-bioterrorism-against-ourselves.html

02/02/2017 / By Jude Henry

If you thought the problem with lead-tainted water was confined to Flint, Michigan, think again. The United States could be

http://www.epa.news/2017-02-02-americas-massive-lead-problem-1-2m-miles-of-lead-pipes-deliver-brain-damaging-water-to-the-sheeple.html

02/01/2017 / By Vicki Batts

Atrazine is a weedkiller that is quickly becoming one of the most widely used pesticides in the United States. Predominantly

http://www.epa.news/2017-02-01-exposing-the-toxicity-of-the-common-weedkiller-atrazine.html

01/10/2017 / By Daniel Barker

As one of its closing acts before leaving the stage, the Obama administration plans to relax EPA guidelines regarding maximum

http://www.epa.news/2017-01-10-water-crisis-on-obamas-final-day-epa-plans-for-huge-spike-in-radiation-exposure-allowed-in-public-drinking-water.html

01/06/2017 / By Robert Jonathan

In an ongoing investigation, Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette has announced criminal charges against four more government officials in connection

http://www.epa.news/2017-01-06-four-more-government-officials-charged-in-flint-water-crisis.html

12/26/2016 / By Daniel Barker

The state of Washington has joined the list of those who have filed lawsuits against Monsanto over lingering environmental pollution

http://www.epa.news/2016-12-26-washington-state-suing-monsanto-over-toxic-pollution-from-pcbs.html

12/22/2016 / By David Gutierrez

(NaturalNews) Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette has filed criminal charges against four more people in connection with the Flint water

http://www.epa.news/2016-12-22-four-more-officials-charged-in-flint-water-crisis.html

12/22/2016 / By David Gutierrez

(NaturalNews) Tens of thousands of residents of Corpus Christi, Texas, are still being told not to use their tap water

http://www.epa.news/2016-12-22-water-crisis-in-corpus-christi-tx-unknown-chemicals-contaminated-drinking-water.html

12/20/2016 / By Daniel Barker

After five years of study aimed at assessing the potential impact of fracking on drinking water supplies, the EPA has

http://www.epa.news/2016-12-20-epa-and-obama-administration-finally-admit-fracking-can-affect-our-drinking-water.html

12/13/2016 / By David Gutierrez

(NaturalNews) Thousands of snow geese were burned and poisoned to death when they landed in a Montana mine tailings lake

http://www.epa.news/2016-12-13-montana-several-thousand-snow-geese-die-after-landing-in-toxic-acidic-water.html

12/09/2016 / By Vicki Batts

The Navajo Nation recently filed suit against the United States government – to the tune of nearly $160 million –

http://www.epa.news/2016-12-09-160-million-lawsuit-against-us-governement-filed-by-navajo-nation-for-toxic-waste-damages-to-their-community.html

07/05/2016 / By Vicki Batts

It’s not a secret that radiation pollution is hard to contain. The United States Environmental Protection Agency, or EPA, began

http://www.epa.news/2016-07-05-radiation-from-fukushima-has-tainted-us-milk-supplies.html

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