EPA Warns Gov. Newsom: ‘Piles Of Human Feces’ On Street Violate Clean Water Act

The Environmental Protection Agency chief Andrew Wheeler warned California Gov. Gavin Newsom that the state is ‘failing to meet its obligations’ to protect the environment under federal law.

The EPA is aware of the growing homelessness crisis developing in major California cities, including Los Angeles and San Francisco, and the impact of this crisis on the environment. Indeed, press reports indicate that “piles of human feces” on sidewalks and streets in these cities are becoming all too common. The EPA is concerned about the potential water quality impacts from pathogens and other contaminants from untreated human waste entering nearby waters. San Francisco, Los Angeles, and the state do not appear to be acting with urgency to mitigate the risks to human health and the environment that may result from the homelessness crisis.

You can read the entire letter here.

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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) wrote to the State of California on Thursday, warning it that it may be violating federal water quality laws by failing to deal with the homeless crisis and the pollution it causes.

President Trump hinted last week during a fundraising trip to the state that the EPA might be planning to act against California for neglecting the homeless crisis by citing it for violating environmental laws.

A letter from EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler to California Gov. Gavin Newsom, provided by the Washington Post, indicated. More

After decades of stringent pollution standards, Cities in California have some of the worst air quality in the U.S. Plus this idiot governor wants to use taxpayer money to orbit a satellite.

The Health  Dept. should shut down the cities, as their filth could make tourists very sick. Why haven’t they already done something about it?

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