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Mike Ewall, '11, Fighting Incineration in Fredericksburg, VA

Tuesday, August 6, 2013   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Joe Libertelli
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Mike Ewall, '11

Mike Ewall, '11, founder and Director of the Energy Justice Network,, works tirelessly to educate citizens nationwide on the perils of mass incineration.  He is quoted extensively in this article at 

"Along with many other statistics on health and finances, along with examples of other projects, Ewall said pollutants from waste incinerators are far worse than what’s produced from burning coal."

"Commented Stafford resident Alane Callander, "This is the best science class I’ve ever had.”

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