News & Updates

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September 27, 2021

Clean Water Action is pleased to work on a variety of initiatives that reduce waste and protect our environment. 

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September 27, 2021

Clean Water Action Leads Efforts to Pass Landmark PFAS Legislation

Corroded lead pipes
September 27, 2021

Clean Water Fund is hosting two online focus groups to get more information about what residents think about lead service lines in Malden MA and what they think should be done. Please fill out our survey below to participate!

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September 27, 2021

Virtual Wine Tasting, Music, Table Hopping Conversations & Charity Auction!

September 24, 2021

Clean Water Action is pleased to support and participate in efforts to assure that the Transportation Climate Initiative program successfully caps transportation emissions while equitably focusing on communities that have been overburdened by pollution. 

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September 24, 2021

The grassroots environmental advocacy organization, Clean Water Action, has officially endorsed Tirza Wahrman for mayor of West Windsor.

September 24, 2021

David Foster, Clean Water Action Texas Director, said:  "Delegating the authority to enforce the federal Clean Water Act to a state only works if that state actually implements the law. The TCEQ's failure to do this has exposed Texas waterways and the people and ecosystems that depend on them to enormous risk. It's time for EPA to take matters into its own hands."

Your Vote. Your Voice.
September 24, 2021

Clean Water Action is excited to announce our 2021 New Jersey Endorsements!

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September 21, 2021

The impacts of climate change are intensifying across the United States. The north east is experiencing flooding and hurricanes while the western states are experiencing droughts, fires and water level depletion. As of publication time, severe drought conditions have returned to California; according to the US Drought Monitor, 73% of California is currently experiencing extreme and exceptional drought which has resulted in active fire season, soil moisture loss and decrease in water availability.