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We sued polluters breaking the law and won.

When it comes to polluters breaking our cornerstone environmental laws or regulators who aren’t taking the proper steps to make sure polluters comply with these laws, PennEnvironment has long worked to use the power of citizen enforcement actions under the Clean Water Act and Clean Air Act to address these issues. In 2013, PennEnvironment announced two legal actions to address the lax behavior of polluters and state agencies that caused more air and water pollution in Pennsylvania.

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PennEnvironment Files Lawsuit Against World's Largest Steel Company Over Illegal Air Pollution

Representatives of the citizen-based non-profit group PennEnvironment initiated a federal lawsuit today against the world’s largest steel company, ArcelorMittal, to address hundreds of ongoing violations of the federal Clean Air Act at the company’s Pittsburgh-area coke plant. 

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Senator Casey Announces Support for EPA’s Clean Power Plan


Today Senator Casey made a compelling case for limiting carbon pollution from power plants in front of a room filled with faith leaders, local climate experts, and more than 100 Pennsylvanians. At the event, which took place at Eastern University this afternoon, the Senator officially announced his support for the Clean Power Plan.  

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Senator Casey Announces Support for EPA’s Clean Power Plan


Today Senator Casey made a compelling case for limiting carbon pollution from power plants in front of a room filled with faith leaders, local climate experts, and more than 100 Pennsylvanians. At the event, which took place at Eastern University this afternoon, the Senator officially announced his support for the Clean Power Plan.  

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PennEnvironment to sue world's largest steel company over illegal pollution

At a news conference held in front of the federal courthouse in downtown Pittsburgh, representatives of the citizen-based non-profit group PennEnvironment announced they’re taking the required steps to trigger a lawsuit against the world’s largest steel company, ArcelorMittal, to address hundreds of ongoing violations of the federal Clean Air Act.

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