WE SAY NO! MDEGLE gave it's stamp of approval to expand US ECOLOGY NORTH a hazardous waste treatment plant in Detroit on January 20, 2020, after four years of robust community protest.
YES WE DID: The City of Detroit adopted the terms that the plant must agree to -
the Host Community Agreement (HCA). "No Fracking Waste"
Rerouting of trucks away from the neighborhoods nearby
Quarterly meetings with the community
The Host Community Agreement has a section that the plant can expand or change the kind of waste it takes in with a simple written note 30 days in advance. This will undermine the fight that the community has been waging for so many years. We must remain vigilant:
WE HAVE RENAMED AND
REFOCUSED OUR COALITION:
DETROIT HAMTRAMCK COALITION FOR ADVANCING HEALTHY ENVIRONMENTS
THANK YOU to EVERYONE
who added your voice to this protest to protect our community.
The pages of this website remain as a testimony to your dedication to protect our health with safe air to breathe and clean water to drink. We will revive this website and COALITION efforts if US ECOLOGY chooses to further threaten our community!
WHO WE ARE:
OUR STORY: 2016-2020
SPECIAL THANKS TO the DETROIT FREE PRESS and WDET for coverage of the PROTEST on June 29, 2016.
SPEAK OUT - ADD YOUR VOICE!
Members of the public who wish to provide official public comments, information, objections or raise any other official legal issues regarding the proposed expansion of the U.S. Ecology waste storage and processing facility located at 6520 Georgia St., Detroit, Michigan, should send their written statements to:
Richard A. Conforti,
Department of Environment Great Lakes & Energy
email@example.com (517) 284-6558