Lead is one of the most well-known -- and dangerous -- water contaminants because of its ability to accumulate and its potent effect on children.Old pipes and other parts of … [Read more...] about Catawba Riverkeeper Tests Park Fountains for Lead
CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta visited the "Capital of Coal Ash" to learn about how coal ash piled high and unlined on the banks of the Catawba River continues to threaten drinking water, … [Read more...] about CNN Features Catawba River’s Coal Ash, Riverkeeper
Congratulations to longtime CRF member and volunteer, Liz Duda! Liz was honored with the Citizen of the Year award by the Tega Cay, SC Lions Club. The award goes to an outstanding … [Read more...] about CRF Member and Volunteer named ‘Citizen of the Year’ by Tega Cay Lions Club
On Wednesday, June 20, the Young Allies of the River (YAR) teamed up with the NoDa Brewing Run Club for a night of plogging. What's plogging? It's the Swedish fitness craze that … [Read more...] about Ploggers keep 425 lbs of trash from our waterways!
Issue Duke Energy and the NC Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) have proposed a new NPDES wastewater discharge permit for Plant Allen’s coal ash ponds on Lake Wylie. The … [Read more...] about Submit Comments on Proposed Discharge Permit for Allen’s Coal Ash Ponds on Lake Wylie