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100 5th Avenue
Suite 1108
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
412.765.3053
412.765.1737
1315 Walnut Street
Suite 1650
Philadelphia, PA 19107
215.545.0250
215.545.2315

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Help Pennsylvania Address PFAS Chemicals

Email your state legislators today and ask them to take steps that’ll help begin addressing the PFAS public health issue.

2017/2018 Pennsylvania Environmental Scorecard

2017/2018 Pennsylvania Environmental Scorecard

Get the facts on whether your legislators are working to protect our environment, health and safety or serving other agendas and use it as guide when you vote in November.

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Tell Governor Wolf to Stick to His Timeline to Control Methane

Email Governor Wolf TODAY that you appreciate his recent renewed commitment to cut emissions from existing oil and gas operations and ask him to stick to his timeline of advance his proposed rule this fall.

Kensington neighborhood, Philadelphia / photo: flickr.com/pwbaker (CC BY-NC 2.0)

Address Lead in Philadelphia by Becoming a Green Ambassador

Residents interested in becoming Green Ambassadors can reach out for in-home “walk-throughs” where Clean Water Fund will assist them in identifying possible lead sources in their own homes so they may learn to do the same for their neighbors.

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Request a Free Lead Seminar in Your Neighborhood

Is your family at risk from lead? Fill out the form below to arrange a free presentation for you, your family and your neighbors.

From We All Live Downstream

CCW Fire Fallout

April 3, 2019

In the predawn hours of Christmas Eve, December 24, 2018, early rising residents of the Monongahela Valley southeast of Pittsburgh might have thought they were getting surprised by an early sunrise

Oil and gas operations

Andrew Wheeler to Keynote Shale Insight Conference

October 23, 2018

Environmental Protection Agency Acting Administrator, Andrew Wheeler will be in Pittsburgh tomorrow, keynoting the Shale Insight Conference.

EPA is Studying Oil and Gas Wastewater

October 15, 2018

Last week EPA held a public meeting in DC to share updates and take public comment on the agency’s study of oil and gas wastewater, also known as produced water. The oil and gas industry has grown significantly in water constrained states around the country, like Texas and New Mexico, and has a long history of putting drinking water sources at risk, from California to Pennsylvania.