Clean Air Council

Protecting everyone’s right to a healthy environment.

Clean Air Council is currently engaged in a campaign to update stormwater and industrial discharge permits in underserved communities in the Philadelphia area.

Please view some of our past efforts:

https://cleanaircouncil.salsalabs.org/darbycreektankfarmstormwater
https://cleanaircouncil.salsalabs.org/marcushookwater
https://cleanaircouncil.salsalabs.org/chester

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135 S 19th St
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103

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Protecting everyone’s right to a healthy environment. Clean Air Council is currently engaged in a campaign to update stormwater and industrial discharge permits in underserved communities in the Philadelphia area. Please view some of our past efforts: https://cleanaircouncil.salsalabs.org/darbycreektankfarmstormwater https://cleanaircouncil.salsalabs.org/marcushookwater https://cleanaircouncil.salsalabs.org/chester

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