Help Protect Our Kids from Toxic Coal Ash

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Did you know that living near a toxic coal ash site can be worse for kids' health than smoking a pack of cigarettes a day?

Much of our country's energy comes from dirty coal, which leaves behind toxic ash after it is burned. This toxic coal ash is dumped at thousands of sites nationwide and is full of dangerous pollution that can, and has, seeped into our drinking water.

The good news is, there's something you can do about it. EPA is considering stronger laws to protect our families from toxic coal ash - tell EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson it's time to do the right thing.

Click here to send a message to the EPA!

Click here to find out if you live near a coal ash site!

Find out more about toxic coal ash.

The story of coal ash, as told by residents of Kingston, TN.
Check out our resources page for fact sheets and more.

In Harms Way: Lack Of Federal Coal Ash Regulations Endangers Americans And Their Environment (pdf)

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