Current issuesPosted on April 7th, 2021
The biogas plans proposed in North Carolina do not fix the existing waste management problems and will make them worse by cementing in place an outdated, harmful system. It’s public comment time — and your time to tell North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality to put people before pollution.
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