Protect Appalachia's streams and rivers from mountaintop removal mining pollution!
Before the blasting begins, and long after the blasting stops, mountaintop removal poisons water in Appalachian communities.
Countless families have fought to protect their homes and land from dangerous mining pollution that flows into the nearby streams, contaminating the watershed and well water for drinking. Inaction from the state to protect communities and families leaves them with little choice but to abandon their homes and the land they love.
Luckily when the states fail to protect the health of Appalachia families and communities, the EPA still can.
Tell the EPA to act on its own science and issue a legally binding water quality conductivity standard to protect streams and communities in Appalachia from mountaintop removal mining pollution.
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