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Event: Clean Air Council + Delaware Riverkeeper Network

by liz | January 08, 2019 14:25 | 156 views | 2 comments | #18082 | 156 views | 2 comments | #18082 08 Jan 14:25

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Posting on behalf of the rural Pennsylvania community:

Join us this Saturday to discuss the impact of 4 years of waste dumping in our rural community with the Clean Air Council + Delaware Riverkeeper Network

Date: Jan 12th, 2019 (Saturday)
Time: 1pm
Venue: Meeting Room, Butter Valley Golf Course, South 7th Street, Bally, PA 19503

There is no charge so bring your family, friends and neighbors.

Resident quote:

I think that the residents in Philadelphia should know that air quality in Center City is usually much better than in our rural area. I also think that the city residents should know that the concentrations of various wastes and including the Philadelphia bio solids are washing right back into the Perkiomen Creek and then the Green Lane Reservoir which supplies much of the drinking water. The contaminated creek also supplies much of the cooling water for the Limerick Nuclear Power Plant and all the wastes come back into the environment out of the towers.


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Update: Tracy Carluccio from the Delaware Riverkeeper Network and Dr Bryce Payne (the community's health study researcher) will be speaking

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Substantive press about the event recapping the presentations:

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