(Chalmette) In a move designed to provide relief for the long suffering neighbors of Chalmette’s troubled Exxon Mobil Refinery, residents and their allies are today asking Governor Blanco to direct the refinery to install real time, 24 hour monitors next to their facility and in the Chalmette Vis
(New Orleans) The troubled Exxon Mobil refinery in Chalmette was dealt another blow today when Judge Sarah Vance ruled to deny the corporation’s motion for a stay in the citizens’ Clean Air Act law suit. “We are just very, very satisfied,” said Kenneth Ford, President of the St.
For Immediate Release: October 25th, 2004
Contact: Johnny Lewis, St. Bernard Citizens for Environmental Quality (504) 452 – 3600
Ken Ford, St. Bernard Citizens for Environmental Quality (504) 271 - 4410
Anne Rolfes, Director, LA Bucket Brigade (504) 914 – 3164
(Chalmette, October 25) Chalmette’s Exxon Mobil Refinery – currently under the cloud of a federal Clean Air Act law suit – came under fire again today, this time in a review of its air monitoring program in St. Bernard Parish.
(New Orleans, La) The controversy surrounding the Louisiana Tumor Registry and Dr. Catherine Correa’s defense of polluting industries intensified today, with determined St. Bernard residents and their allies in front of the Tumor Registry office in New Orleans.
WHAT: The controversy surrounding the Louisiana Tumor Registry and Dr. Catherine Correa’s defense of polluting industries is intensifying, with determined St. Bernard residents to mobilize in front of the Tumor Registry office in New Orleans on Monday.
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