Protect Appalachia's Water from Mountaintop Removal Mining!
For many people living near mountaintop removal coal mining sites in Appalachia, the water they are forced to use for bathing, cooking, and even drinking is cloudy, brown, and toxic.
Years of mountaintop removal coal mining have buried 2,000 miles of local streams with waste from Big Coal's destruction -- many of the streams that are left are devoid of life. Well water in the area isn't safe either, and it's making people sick.
Tell President Obama and the EPA that everyone deserves clean water. Urge them to act now to protect Appalachia from mountaintop removal mining!
- Complete the form below with your information.
- Personalize your message if you wish.
- Click the Send Your Message button to send your message to:
- Robert Perciasepe, Acting Administrator of the EPA
- Nancy Sutley, Chair of the White House Counsel on Environmental Quality