a suburban-city girl stumbling her way through central PA.


What's It Worth To You?

"But the cleaner air has come at a cost. Each day since the equipment was switched on in June, the company has dumped tens of thousands of gallons of wastewater containing chemicals from the scrubbing process into the Monongahela River, which provides drinking water to 350,000 people and flows into Pittsburgh, 40 miles to the north."
Dumping chemicals, tens of thousands of chemicals, into the waterways is the wrong solution to the air pollution problem. It's just shifting the problem elsewhere, to some place else, someone else. Water is our most precious resource, people. Will we ever learn?

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