"... $30,000 to increase awareness and direct participation in renewable energy generation by agriculture producers through Renewable Energy Farm Walks. These on-farm education events will focus on renewable energy technology. The project goal is to provide peer-to-peer education and resources to farmers who need assistance on proper installation and usage." EPA sez, "Environmental justice is the fair treatment and meaningful involvement of all people, regardless of race or income, in the environmental decision-making process." Oh really? Fair treatment? Let any one of us make the same mistakes that the EPA does, and we’d be flayed alive. Meanwhile, it's a wonder to behold how the way these these bozos let themselves off.
Oops! We did it again. We screwed up a mine. We are really lame.
Trey Sanchez, Truth Revolt
October 9, 2015
As an EPA crew worked at the Standard Mine attempting to open a collapsed portal, at least 2,000 gallons of wastewater spilled into a creek that just so happens to lead to a nearby town's water supply, as noted at Liberty News.
Republican Rep. Scott Tipton of Colorado's 3rd congressional district says this latest incident brings up the same issues the last one did in questioning the federal agency's procedures:
As an added bonus, the EPA did not disclose the accident for two whole days.