Protecting America’s Water and Wetlands
PEER is a defender of clean water protections throughout the United States. When government agencies cave to special interests and make decisions that jeopardize the health of our nation’s waters, PEER steps in.
We fight to ensure the government protects all our rivers, lakes, wetlands, aquifers and coastal waters from polluters and special interest groups and to ensure everyone has a safe, sufficient supply of clean water.
Currently PEER is focused on stopping the Trump Administration’s efforts to role back clean water protections, improving the quality of the nation’s drinking water, and exposing the dangers of PFAS pollution and other chemicals in our water.
PEER is fighting the Trump Administration’s efforts to revoke federal protections for countless important streams, wetlands, and other waters under the Clean Water Act »
NEWS FROM PEER – Water & Wetlands
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EPA Let Vinyard Run out the Clock on Complaint without Determining Violation
State Pollution Permitting Standards Warped to Accommodate Corporate Agenda
Rare Apology Coupled with Promise of More Collaborative & Transparent Posture
Scathing Palm Beach Health Department Findings Prompt Slap-on-Wrist Settlement
Contaminated Water Confirmed in State Parks during 2012 Peak Visitation Season
One-Third of Deep Ocean Stations Are “Dead”; Funding Woes May Preclude Fixes
Whistleblower Cites Contaminated Water in State Parks and Lax Enforcement
Legislation Would Limit Science That Could Be Used for Risk Assessments
Coastal Maps Do Not Account for Climate Change Effects; Inland Maps Decades Old
Abandonment of Climate Preparedness Work Aggravates Garden State’s Plight
EPA Figures Show Grim Pollution Realities on 40th Anniversary of Clean Water Act
No Buffer Zone or Other Effort to Minimize Pesticide Discharge into Water Bodies
Palm Beach Health Department Notice of Violation Orders Immediate Corrections
Last Minute Attempt to Rewrite Vinyard Résumé to Avoid Federal Debarment
Science “Advisors” Push Dramatic Relaxation of Groundwater Cleanup Standards
TDOT Pays More Than $500,000 to Compensate for Wetland Mitigation Left Undone
Hundreds of Corporate Waivers to Dump Toxics into Massachusetts Water Supply
Tennessee Project Prompts Suit Notice for Clean Water Act Violations
Sudden Shift Rips Tsunami Warning Buoys and Alaska Emergency Preparedness
Fish & Wildlife Service Conditions Restructure Cleanup and Spur Damage Payments