Clean Water Action is a one million member organization of diverse people and groups joined together to protect our environment, health, economic well-being and community quality of life.
What does CWA stand for?
CWA stands for Clean Water Action
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- Charlotte Woodworkers Association (North Carolina, USA)
- Chartered Wealth Advisor
- Chemical Warfare Agents
- Child Welfare Administration (New York)
- Child Workers in Asia (est. 1985)
- Children with Autism (various locations)
- Christian World Adoption (Charleston, SC)
- Cimbalom World Association (Budapest, Hungary)
- Civil Works Administration
- Clean Water Act (33 USC)
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CLF, Clean Water Action and Toxics Action Center notified Dominion Energy New England that they intend to file a federal Clean Air Act citizen suit against the company for significant and ongoing violations of the Clean Air Act at Brayton Point Station in Somerset, Massachusetts.
Clean Water Action cited statistics that Boston is paying about $250,000 a year disposing of e-waste and Worcester is spending about $25,000 annually.
``This is a man-made problem,'' Andria Ventura, representing Clean Water Action, said during a public hearing.
On November 28, 2005, Catonsville held a program on "Save the Water" led by Angel Shannon, with guest speaker Andy Fellows of Clean Water Action.
Paul Schwartz, national policy coordinator for Clean Water Action, adds, "There is a valid concern to be raised about aluminum and health effects, but the science is not definitive.
The Boston Globe recently reported that a new Clean Water Action study conducted between 2001 and 2004 found detectable levels of three contaminants in Massachusetts communities' drinking water.
We need to develop an integrated view of water management issues and water quality resources," said Paul Schwartz, national policy coordinator for the citizen advocacy group Clean Water Action.