The summer is coming to an end, but we are preparing for fall. We're gearing up for a great deal of community action and can't wait to let you know what's in store. We will be holding a Fall planning meeting on Thursday, September 1 at 7:00 p.m.
Our neighbors just across the Delaware River will be hosting a workshop on incineration on August 24th. Our intention is to join them, and we hope that you will be able to join us as well! If you think this will be helpful to anyone who wants to learn, please share this with them
Chester, Pennsylvania has long been known as one of the nation’s worst cases of environmental racism. This small city just southwest of Philadelphia hosts the nation’s largest trash incinerator, a sewage sludge incinerator, a paper mill burning waste coal and petroleum coke, numerous chemical plants, toxic waste sites, and much more. Immediately surrounding it in the neighboring waterfront boroughs of Eddystone, Trainer, and Marcus Hook are additional major polluters: primarily oil refineries and gas-fired power plants