Fleets of US truckers make their living hauling brine laden with radioactive elements extracted along with oil and gas. One scientist likened it to “letting out the devil,” yet industry workers often find themselves soaked in the stuff. Tipped off that he was carrying “…
Peru's Oil Spills Deserve the World's Attention
August 9, 2016
Commentary by Rebecca Wolff and Kevin Floerke
A Deadly Coal Ash Clean-Up
August 18, 2020
900 workers spent almost 6 years cleaning up a billion gallons of coal ash that burst from an earthen dike at a Tennessee power plant in 2008. It’s North America’s largest industrial spill.