Saturday, August 11, 2007

Some Good Environmental News In Wisconsin, For A Change

One of the state's leading producers of mercury pollution agrees to cut it out, reports the Journal Sentinel.

That's good news, long overdue - - but don't eat the downstream fish new Port Edwards just yet, says the DNR.

Now to get busy on the rest of the river and lakes polluters - - and the DNR needs to get on the bandwagon to force Indiana to rescind its pollution permit for British Petroleum to drop three tons daily of ammonia and toxic sludge into Lake Michigan.

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