Coal ash is hazardous. It has concentrated levels of toxic metals that can leach into water at unsafe levels, causing cancer and other diseases.
Dynegy’s Coal Ash Threat April 13, 2016, from noon to 1pm Sarge’s Tap 409 W. Main, Danville IL On April 13, 2016, Pam and Lan Richart, Eco-Justice Collaborative, will speak with members of Danville’s AMBUCS about the threat to the Middle Fork of the Vermilion River and the City of Danville from 3.3 million cubic yards […]
The Champaign County Health Care Consumers will lead a community meeting about protecting the Mahomet Aquifer, which supplies drinking water to 800,000 residents in central Illinois. Clinton Landfill, located over the aquifer, plans to cap and keep the manufactured gas plant waste “in place”, and accept coal ash, one of the most toxic substances known.