Protect Florida Manatees from Deadly Pollution

The endangered Florida Manatee death toll reached has reached 796 in the ten months 2013- and the year isn't over yet. That is an average of 2 a day.

Last year, 463 endangered manatees died in Flordia from something called “nutrient pollution”,- outbreaks are fueled by sewage, manure and fertilizer. Florida's green slime and red algae problem is also making people sick, killing pets, seabirds and livestock and is lethal to fish.

Tell the Environmental Protection Agency to close the loopholes immediately that allow industries to continue to pollute with sewage, manure and fertilizer. Stop putting profits over protections of wildlife and their habitats.

SOURCE: http://www.sierraclubfloridanews.org/

US EPA
Office of Pollution Prevention & Toxics
1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Mail Code 7401-M
Washington, DC 20460
Phone: (202) 564-3810

The endangered Florida Manatee death toll reached has reached 796 in the ten months 2013- and the year isn't over yet. That is an average of 2 a day.


Last year, 463 endangered manatees died in Flordia from something called “nutrient pollution”,- outbreaks are fueled by sewage, manure and fertilizer. Florida's green slime and red algae problem is also making people sick, killing pets, seabirds and livestock and is lethal to fish.


Tell the Environmental Protection Agency to close the loopholes immediately that allow industries to continue to pollute with sewage, manure and fertilizer. Stop putting profits over protections of wildlife and their habitats.


SOURCE: http://www.sierraclubfloridanews.org/


US EPA
Office of Pollution Prevention & Toxics
1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Mail Code 7401-M
Washington, DC 20460
Phone: (202) 564-3810

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