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Protecting Waukesha County's Natural Resourses since 1978

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Thursday November 10, 2022---7PM

New Berlin Public Library (15105 Library Ln)

Melissa Scanlan author of Prosperity in the Fossil-Free Economy


Please join us for Melissa’s PowerPoint presentation which will overview the multiple forms of…“collaboration globally, nationally, and locally that exist as the Earth faces an unprecedented climate emergency, mass extinctions, and disrupted ecological systems.” Melissa will overview pathways to environmental sustainability, consumer cooperatives, decarbonization and renewable energy. You’ll walk away from her presentation with a new awareness of possibilities to create a prosperous fossil-free economy. 

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Event is FREE and open to the public

Sponsored by Waukesha County Environmental Action League

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ORCHARD RIDGE LANDFILL EASTERN EXPANSIONSOUTHERN UNIT (BOUNDARY ROAD SUPERFUND SITE PLAN) MENOMONEE FALLS


10/10/2022 Public Notice of An Application for a Hazardous Waste Treatment Variance


10/07/2022 Hazardous Waste Variance Request for on-site storage and treatment of potentially hazardous waste that may be encountered during the proposed exhumation of the Boundary Road Landfill Superfund Site.


On 9/30/2022 Waste Management of Wisconsin, Inc submitted Addendum #2 in response to the DNR’s 3/23/2022 Incompleteness Letter for the Orchard Ridge Eastern Expansion, Southern Unit Plan of Operation.


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Do you know about PFAS?


From the Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission

PFAS_Chemicals-StaffMemorandum.PDF (sewrpc.org)

John Filcher, author of “Red Herrings: A Cautionary Journey for Citizen Opposition Groups” was the guest speaker at WEAL’s Annual Meeting (via Zoom) on 11/11/2021. John’s presentation included a firsthand account of how an ordinary group of citizens banded together and formed “Incinerator Free Brown County” (IFBC) to fight against a proposed trash incinerator that was initially proposed in Ashwaubenon and later Green Bay. John described the many twists and turns IFBC faced during the several year campaign to stop the project. WEAL along with several environmental groups networked with IFBC were mentioned during the presentation and are cited in the book.

WEAL has donated a copy of “Red Herrings: A Cautionary Journey for Citizen Opposition Groups” to the Waukesha Public Library. 

 The book is also available at barnesandnoble.com and amazon.com

WEAL supports the Governor’s Task Force on Climate Change report     Read or download the full report: Low Res (10 MB)