Each year, red flags over toxic drinking water are raised across the U.S., with reasons varying from location to location. One major problem is aging water pipes, which have become an increasingly common source of […]
Residents of Wilmington, North Carolina want to know if the water they are drinking every day could possibly kill them. Chemical conglomerate DuPont and its spinoff company Chemours’ manufacturing plants are located upstream from Wilmington […]
(NaturalNews) As infrastructure in America’s oldest cities approaches the century mark in many cases, it is becoming more apparent than ever that a national revitalization plan is needed to address what are evolving – […]
It’s no surprise that the US government would look the other way when lower IQ and cancer are business as usual.
(NaturalNews) Even as the contaminated water crisis in Flint, Mich., continues to make headlines, communities in three separate Northeast states have been facing a crisis of their own.
(NaturalNews) The old ChemFab plant above the Walloomsac River near North Bennington, Vt., was, for many years, a respected local employer, back in the days when the village’s prosperity depended mostly on industry.
(NaturalNews) In April 2014, Flint, Michigan, made the switch from Detroit’s water supply to the Flint River to save some money. Almost immediately after making the switch residents noticed a change in their tap water quality.
Every day, new horrors are being uncovered in relation to the drinking water in Flint, Michigan. Residents of the city have been drinking water that was presumably safe for the past year without knowing that it was actually contaminated with chemical byproducts, E. coli, Legionnaires’ disease and lead.
We can make a difference if we stood up like this man from Nebraska. http://youtu.be/m0HL4L6Pa-4 Daniel Crane Christian Patriots
(NaturalNews) All that underground blasting by corporations to release natural gas and oil from deep within the earth, a relatively new energy-harvesting technique known as “hydraulic fracturing,” is of no concern to the nation’s drinking […]