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MASSPIRG to DEIR on September 25h, 2015

MASSPIRG submitted comments to Casella's Draft Environmental Impact Report to the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs, MEPA.

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MASSPIRG to DEIR on September 25h, 2015

MASSPIRG submitted comments to Casella's Draft Environmental Impact Report to the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs, MEPA.

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Toxic chemical found in wells for 3 Charlton homes near landfill

MASSPIRG staff attorney warned that the Southbridge Landfill would leak. Now, a total of four homes within a half  a mile of the Southbridge Landfill have exceedances for 1,4-dioxane, a toxic chemical, in their well water. Casella Waste will be required to do further testing in a wider radius. The Board of Health of the Town of Charlton and citizens in the area are concerned about the high levels.

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Resident advocate says landfill expansion not safe

Great article from Worcester Telegram featuring MASSPIRG's staff attorney Kirstie Pecci's work against the unnecessary and dangerous (both for the environment and public health) expansion of the Southbridge Landfill -- which is already one of the largest landfills in Massachusetts.

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Advertisements with inaccurate data aid foes of wider bottle law

A barrage of critical television advertisements containing information that state statistics show is false has apparently led to a dramatic increase in opposition to a November ballot proposal to expand the state bottle law.

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Thirty years later, they’re still pushing the bottle bill

MASSPIRG's Executive Director Janet Domenitz's career as political organizer and effort to update the Bottle Bill on the ballot this November. 

A New Direction In Driving Trends

After a 60 year boom, driving is on the decline in the U.S. and no likely scenario shows it returning to previous levels of growth. 

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Campaign for Zero Waste

In a throwaway society where air and water pollution threaten our health and environment, MASSPIRG is fighting to get the Commonwealth on the path to a strong zero waste future.

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