Tell EPA to Enact Strong Air Toxics Standards

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Background:This spring the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed an updated air quality standard for hazardous air pollution from power plants, such as mercury and arsenic. Communities of color are often most directly affected by toxic air pollution, which can manifest in chronic and sometimes deadly health problems.
The EPA rulemaking might literally save thousands of lives per year by preventing disease.. EPA is seeking feedback on this rule via a public comment period through July 5th. Send an Email today using our form. If you live near a power plant, let them know. The most important thing is to tell the EPA that regulations are needed to prevent pollution.
When you are done, don't forget to also directly contact your local policymakers by phone, letter, email, or in person on the importance of protecting the air we breathe from pollutants from coal fired power plants and other sources.