* Keep heavy metals and toxic sludge out of our drinking water!
Toxic sludge is good for you
In 1982, a lot was happening in America. The Milwaukee Brewers were heading to the World Series, a hot new TV show called Knight Rider premiered, and the first pop album — by the Bee Gees — came out on compact disc. It was the year of the Commodore 64 and the year President Reagan promised that democracy would leave communism “on the ash-heap of history.”
1982 was also the year the EPA wrote our current safeguards against coal plants dumping their toxic byproducts into our waters.
Coal-fired power plants produce more toxic waste than any other industry in the United States, including the chemical, plastic…
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