Toxic Tour Part 1

** A special note about Louisville’s Most Recent Petrochemical Disaster– The Anderson Finishing warehouse 3100 Del Park caught fire last week due to lightning strike <https://www.wlky.com/article/louisville-firefighters-battle-large-flames-at-structure-fire-in-russell-neighborhood/37410603#&gt; The lightning strike is an “act of God” but it’s all “Man” that concentrates a warehouse of these toxic chemicals in the Russell neighborhood in Louisville, as in RubbertownContinue reading “Toxic Tour Part 1”

Welcome/current projects

The battle to stop the fracking/petrochemical refinery poisoning of the Ohio River… * As fossil fuel producers/refiners face potential for decreasing demand for auto and power plant fuel, they look for opportunities to shift into diesel for mining, jet fuel, chemicals and plastics. Plastics is a major growth market. Recent overproduction of natural gas whichContinue reading “Welcome/current projects”

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