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Saturday, November 12, 2016

EPA Permits Unlimited Use of Toxic Coal Fly Ash in Chemical Geoengineering Operations

Posted on  by State of the Nation

Systematic Use of Coal Fly Ash by Chemical Geoengineering Programs Introduces Heavy Metals, Radioactive Solids, and Aluminum into the Atmosphere

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is well known for working directly with industry lawyers and lobbyists to ensure that corporate interests are served first, second and third.  Whether it’s rule-making or regulation-changing at the federal or state level, the high-paid corporate lobbyists are always the first through the EPA door. Who has not heard or read on the internet about the “Environmental Protection Racket”?
With that understanding the EPA has just committed the biggest and most transparent blunder in its history.  The profound and unparalleled transgression against the American people and environment concerns coal fly ash.  Coal fly ash is one of four types coal combustion residuals (CCRs) which are produced by industrial and power plant coal-burning. Current air pollution control standards require that it be captured prior to release by the appropriate pollution control equipment.
Fly ash is generally captured by electrostatic precipitators or other particle filtration equipment before the flue gases reach the chimneys of coal-fired power plants.[1]
That is one half of the context of the EPA’s historic violation of the public trust.  The other half concerns the fact that coal fly ash has just been identified as perhaps the largest component of the chemtrail aerosols which are sprayed worldwide by chemical geoengineering programs.  In other words the coal-burning industry is rightly required to remove the coal fly ash in order to meet pollution control standards, so that it can be sprayed right back into the atmosphere via ongoing chemtrail operations.
After a long regulatory process, the EPA published a final ruling in December 2014, which establishes that coal fly ash does not have to be classified as a hazardous waste under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA).[1]
Because it directly concerns the air that we all breathe, that December 2014 ruling by the EPA subjects every U.S resident to dangerous and unacceptable levels of highly toxic air pollution. Not only has the EPA allowed for a perilous reclassification of coal fly ash, it has permitted the ubiquitous chemical geoengineering programs to pollute the skies and waters of the USA with chemically-mobile aluminum, as well as with mercury, lead, arsenic and various radioactive solids.

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