Baltimore City Council Votes to Shut Down Polluting Industries.

On February 11, 2019, the Baltimore City Council passed a unanimous vote to approve the Baltimore Clean Air Act. This act would force the two biggest polluting facilities, the Wheelabrator Trash incinerator and Curtis Bay Energy, to implement stricter environmental protections or shut-down completely., a Baltimore-based news site, offered extensive coverage of the potential impact the act will have on the city:

According to Clean Air Baltimore, a campaign to replace waste incineration with zero-waste jobs, the Baltimore Clean Air Act is designed to raise pollution standards to bring about cleaner air in Baltimore city. Read more about the campaign here:

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