Pennsylvania Campaigns

 

Civic Engagement and Elections in Pennsylvania

Clean Water Action builds grassroots strength in Pennsylvania to impact environmental policy in Washington, D.C., in Harrisburg, and at home in our communities.

Manchester neighborhood, Pittsburgh photo: flickr.com/jmd41280 (CC BY-ND 2.0)

Protecting Pittsburgh's Water from Lead Contamination

Water contaminated by lead is a serious health threat, and one that often disproprionately affects low-income and minority neighborhoods. Clean Water Action is organizing to hold Pittsburgh Water and Sewer authority accountable and protect our water and health.

Kensington neighborhood, Philadelphia / photo: flickr.com/pwbaker (CC BY-NC 2.0)

Empowering Philadelphians to Address Lead in their Community

Giving priority to underserved and vulnerable neighborhoods, Clean Water Fund’s Lead Hazard Awareness Project (LHAP) provides educational presentations to orient and assist residents in identifying lead poisoning hazards that may be present in soil, dust, paint, drinking water plumbing, and consumer products within their homes and communities.

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Manchester neighborhood, Pittsburgh photo: flickr.com/jmd41280 (CC BY-ND 2.0)

Protecting Pittsburgh's Water from Lead Contamination

Water contaminated by lead is a serious health threat, and one that often disproprionately affects low-income and minority neighborhoods. Clean Water Action is organizing to hold Pittsburgh Water and Sewer authority accountable and protect our water and health.

Kensington neighborhood, Philadelphia / photo: flickr.com/pwbaker (CC BY-NC 2.0)

Empowering Philadelphians to Address Lead in their Community

Giving priority to underserved and vulnerable neighborhoods, Clean Water Fund’s Lead Hazard Awareness Project (LHAP) provides educational presentations to orient and assist residents in identifying lead poisoning hazards that may be present in soil, dust, paint, drinking water plumbing, and consumer products within their homes and communities.

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