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Toxic Coal Sludge Is Poisoning Us and Causing Autism

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Coal Sludge Spill 100x Greater than Exxon Valdez Spill

How can it possibly be that the EPA has not categorized Coal Sludge as hazardous!  It’s considered “non-hazardous” and is being pumped into our environment at staggering numbers.  It’s being put into everything from wallboard, top soil – the list goes on and is very scary.  There are over 500 toxic coal sludge dumping grounds that have no requirement for proper containment.  Coal Sludge has a total of 24 very toxic chemicals that leach into our environment.  Rollingstone has a great article, Coal’s Toxic Sludge , by Jeff Goodell

Jeff Goodell

Jeff Goodell - He deserves recognition but we need action now!

which not only gives you details about a toxic spill that was 100 times bigger than the one the Exxon Valdez caused, right in Tennessee, but you’ll read about lakes that have enough poison in them to kill everything on the planet.

Coal Sludge Spill

Toxic Coal Sludge Dumps - more than 500 in the USA

We wonder why the life in the oceans is dying and dolphins and whales are experiencing extremely high levels of mercury.  We wonder why autism is so prevalent.  It’s the deadly toxic metals that are being pumped into our environment and the EPA says the sludge in non-hazardous.  We are giving the Coal companies licenses to kill us.  Anything living near water is experiencing mutations and deformities at alarming rates. Don BlankenshipMassey Energy

Massey energy twiiter rants

Massey Energy Twitter Rants - Don Blankenship is the Devil

Deformed Frogs

Deformed Frogs - Kids With Autism - it's not the vaccines!

Evil Don Blankeship

Pure Evil Don Blankenship

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April 11, 2010 - Posted by | Animal Abuse, Coal Sludge, Consumerism, Dolphins, Earth, farming, Killer Whales | , , , , , , , , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. […] previous post I did talks about the biggest toxic spill disaster in American history. December 2008 Roane County Tennessee but hardly anyone made mention of it. The post references the Rollingstone article about the toxic […]

    Pingback by The Oil Spill – Still Not As Bad as Roane County Tennessee « Cannabis Chronicles | May 3, 2010 | Reply


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