Mountains of fly ash continue to pile up in Peravia


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Feb 20, 2019

The National Committee for the Fight Against Climate Change (CNLCC) and the Institute of Lawyers for the Protection of the Environment (INSAPORMA) report that the mountains of toxic ash in Punta Catalina have doubled in size, despite the high risk that the area will be affected by a tropical storm or hurricane this hurricane season.

The entities published photographs and a video taken Friday, 31 July 2020. The images of the mountains of these ashes appear twice as high as the first photographs taken two months ago, on Sunday, 31 May.

The entities warn about the threat the fly ash represents for health, production and the environment. Around 100,000 people are in danger of being impacted by this toxic waste and the other sources of contamination of this thermoelectric plant.

The document denouncing the increasing stocks of fly ash warns that we are now in the...
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Sep 30, 2019
too bad governments are re-active instead of pro-active. the fight against climate change will just have to wait till hurricane big bertha makes a mess of it.
then they can at least get a "i told you so" in there.