Superfund and the CERCLA legislation can sometimes be difficult to understand or you might want to dive deeper into the subject. Either way here are some helpful resources to help you fully understand the Superfund program and why reinstating polluter pays fees is so important for the health of our environment and communities.
Put the Super back into Superfund
Want to see polluters pay for their messes rather than taxpayers? Contact your representatives and tell them to support Senator Booker’s bill: Superfund Polluter Pays Restoration Act of 2017 (S.2198).
As WWMT News reports, an EPA advisory group will hold three community meetings for the Allied Paper, Portage Creek, Kalamazoo River Superfund Site. These meetings are meant to serve as town halls for the community [...]
A new elementary school in Moore County, North Carolina, is to be constructed between two Superfund sites threatened by high levels of air pollution, NC Policy Watch reports. According to the city, the site bears [...]