Consumer Products Made From Coal Ash, a Toxic Waste

Majority Of Germans Contaminated By Glyphosate

Just two years ago, the EPA reclassified coal ash from post industrial use to post consumer use. Now, unless you know what that is, you might not have a problem with it. But, while the news didn’t make much of a headline, it should have us all concerned because according to Earth Justice, coal ash is “the toxic remains of coal burning in power plants, is full of chemicals that cause cancer, developmental disorders and reproductive problems. It poisons our water and kills fish and wildlife.”

Back in 2010, the EPA Inspector General decided the agency needed to reconsider its promotion of coal power waste reuse. However, instead of asking someone with an outside and unbiased opinion, they chose an industry-funded review and came up with the following conclusion: it’s totally safe…. [read more]