- Print out THIS FLIER.
- Distribute widely.
- Make signs to bring.
- Bring all your friends and family and meet us in Arlington on June 24th.
- Let TCEQ know how you feel.
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Sharon Wilson is considered a leading citizen expert on the impacts of shale oil and gas extraction. She is the go-to person whether it’s top EPA officials from D.C., national and international news networks, or residents facing the shock of eminent domain and the devastating environmental effects of natural gas development in their backyards.
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Air quality in your home not meet the EPA standards if you smoke or live with someone who smokes. When you drive into your garage attached to your house, you would be in violation of EPA standards. When you fill up your car, EPA standards are too high. High levels for a short time will not kill you!
Try getting away from petrochemicals in your life and see how how great your life will be! Until someone invents a replacement that is better, we are in the petrochemical age! Bankrupting our country by throwing money at it is not the answer.
OK. So let me see if I'm following your logic:
We are exposed to a lot of toxics in our day-to-day living.
The EPA should lower the safe levels of these toxics so we can be exposed to even more.
Making industry be responsible will cripple our economy.
Wash, rinse, repeat…
Is that the best you've got?
We are exposed to lots of toxics which may not kill us immediately but which have cumulative effects that can kill us.
If EPA raises safe levels it will drive industry innovation and keep us healthier.
Technology is readily available to prevent 90% of emissions. Employing that technology will create more jobs.
Come back when you have something better.
Even chain smokers don't smoke 24/7. It doesn't take me 24 hours to drive my car into my garage each day. That task takes about 3 seconds. If some standard is hard to meet, we should lower the standard. Hmmm, sounds like what we have done in our schools, how is that working out for us?
Tim Ruggiero says
Next thing you know, the TCEQ will be changing their means of measurement from ESL's to AMCV's so that they can raise the bar and fool the people at the same time, all the while appeasing their master, Industry. Oh, wait, they just did do that. Hmmm.
Next thing you know, that LIAR Jackass Sadlier will be saying that we expose ourselves to 11,000 ppb of benzene when we fill our gas tanks. Oh, wait, Jackass already said that, too.
Ok, I'm out.