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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Survey of Wells Is Far From Well; State Does Not Follow-Up on Pollutants
L.A. and Santa Cruz Rivers Will Benefit from Clean Water Act Safeguards
Latest Stinging Court Ruling Cites EPA Regional Office Clean Water Abdication
Bush Plan Would Give Industry Greater Power Over Fishery Management Decisions
Underwater Demolition Program a Threat to Marine Life
Environmental Effects of Industrial Shellfish Operations Remain Murky
Maine DOT “Umbrella Mitigation Bank” Tries to Exploit Weakened Federal Policies
Bush Sporting Council Identifies Administration Policies as Highest Hunting Hurdles
Corps Rejected Concept a Decade Ago Due to Insurmountable Hydrological Barriers
DEP Confirms Flood Prevention and Stream Buffer Protection Loopholes
Impending Legislative Approval Fails to Address Root Causes of Smoldering Scandal
Industrial Polluters Escape Monitoring, Enforcement and Ongoing Safeguards
Statewide Clean Water Protections Honeycombed with Special Interest Exceptions
Siting Hospitals and Nursing Homes Next to Drinking Water Wells Is Unwise
Development Scheme for Maine’s Sears Island Resurfaces Again after 12 Years
Developer Sway in EPA Breeds Algal Blooms and Aquifer Contamination
Ousted Lab Manager Cites Corruption by Top State Officials and Massive Data Loss
Army Corps Refuses to Share Costs of Deficient Everglades Clean Up Projects
State Wants to Dump Five Years of Samples from Everglades, Lake O and Estuaries
State Lowers Protections Despite Record Deaths and Projected Population Decline