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Save the Date: CEH Event on May 8, 2014!

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Mark your calendars…CEH is having a spring event! May 8, 2014 Bently Reserve San Francisco, CA More details to follow…

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The Battle is On! We Need Your Help.

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We are in a very exciting and critical moment. After years of fighting we may be able to finally fix the Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA).  This is a critical moment, and we want to ask for your support.

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Come Party with Us! A Behind-the-Scenes look at CEH’s 15th Anniversary coming up on October 24th

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What are you doing on Monday night, two weeks from now?  Doesn’t sipping champagne, mingling with famed special guests, hearing about the future of sustainability, and getting the opportunity to score a slew of exceptional auction items sound more thrilling than your usual Monday evening routine? We’ve kicked our event planning into high gear, working…

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Come See a Just and Sustainable Way to Twist, Turn on, and Flush

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(SF Bay Area folks:  do yourself a favor and come to the opening of Literacy for Environmental Justice’s Living Classroom on People’s Earth Day, Sunday, April 18, 2010.) _______________________________________ Water.  Energy.  Waste treatment. I’m going to make a case for the sexiness of these overlooked fundamentals. It’s a tall order, I know.

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Son of Toxic Sludge: The Smell That Won’t Die

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Sewage sludge is the mucky residue of municipal wastewater treatment operations, consisting largely of human feces. Repackaged as “biosolids,” sludge is sold or given away to farmers and homeowners for use as a nutrient-rich fertilizer. But when used to grow food, our turds may bite back: sludge can contain heavy metals, pharmaceuticals, toxic chemicals, disease-causing…

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