Moms Clean Air Force

Tell EPA: No amount of mercury is safe

Last month, EPA proposed important new protections against mercury pollution from coal-burning power plants. This proposal is a big step forward. 

Mercury is a dangerous and deadly neurotoxin that can permanently damage babies’ developing brains. It ends up in our food when pollution from coal-fired power plants is released into the air and rains down on our waters. There is no safe level of mercury consumption.

USE YOUR VOICE: Join us in urging EPA to set strong mercury pollution standards!

Over the last decade, mercury protections have made an impact, but there are still many coal plants in the US releasing dangerous amounts of pollution into the air, putting families’ health at risk. 

Tell EPA no amount of toxic mercury pollution is safe for our children. Strengthening mercury standards is critical for the health and safety of our children and our communities.
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