Press Clips

Following are recent press clips from national publications that relate to PEER issues, campaigns and news releases.


PBC HEALTH DEPT. FILES NOTICE OF VIOLATIONS AGAINST CITY OF BOCA RATON UTILITY SERVICES

From: WPTV.com
O'Connor says most of the violations are minor, but one says waste water may be mixing with drinking water in a handful of places. The Florida Public Employees for Environmental…

LAX RULES LETTING DRILLERS POLLUTE THE EARTH

From: Peoples World
"It's like the drug testing of athletes," offered Bill Wolfe, the N.J. representative for Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, a nonprofit environmental protection…

SPRAYING FOR EEE CRITICIZED

From: Boston.com
From the epicenter of the EEE outbreak, Easton resident Kyla Bennett, director of the New England chapter of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, wants to know…

US SCIENCE: THE OBAMA EXPERIMENT

From: Nature
On 15 December 2008, president-elect Barack Obama made clear to the world that science would have a central seat in his administration. At a press conference in Chicago, Obama…

NATIONAL PARK SERVICE CHALLENGED ON RELIGIOUS DISPLAYS

From: Summit County Citizens Voice
According to a press release from Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, a Tibetan lama officially “deconsecrated” the stup, enabling it to be…

BOCA RATON UTILITY ORDERED TO "IMMEDIATELY" FIX WATER CONTAMINATION PROBLEMS

From: New Times Broward-Palm Beach
"The problem is they didn't have the proper check valves to keep reclaimed water from mixing with potable water. That means anyone drinking the potable water…

STUPA IS MOVING TODAY

From: Albuquerque Journal
After the Journal published a column about the stupa in June 2010, a group, Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, asked the National Park Service to review…

NOVARTIS, A SUPERFUND SITE & A CONFLICTED MAYOR?

From: Pharmalot
And Bill Wolfe, a former policy analyst and planner with the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and former policy director for the Sierra Club in the state, who…

BUDDHIST STUPA TO BE MOVED FROM PETROGLYPH PARK

From: Albuquerque Journal
The agency purchased the ten-foot structure containing Buddhist relics in 1990 after acquiring lands for Petroglyph National Monument. But the group Public Employees…

RELIGIOUS STATUE REMOVED FROM PARK

From: KRQE
Then national groups like Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility jumped in and questioned the legality of the stupa on federal land. Washington D.C. representatives…