Just Zero and more than 40 environmental organizations, scientists, public health advocates, and farmers across the country are calling on the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to take stronger action to reduce the spread of PFAS and microplastics from Massachusetts’ Deer Island Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Yesterday, the Connecticut Senate passed a deeply flawed piece of legislation (HB 6664) that will undermine Connecticut’s efforts to solve its waste crisis.
Just Zero calls on Maine to reject efforts to undermine reforms aimed at protecting the state’s environment and its residents from improper waste management and toxic chemicals in sewage sludge.
Doing the right thing with food waste is a good investment in our health, soil, and future. Someday, we might actually stop calling it “waste.”