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Salt: An Environmental Justice Contaminant

Winter salt pollution is often discussed as a predominantly ecological issue, but salty drinking water has real impacts on human health. The unequal consequences of those impacts have environmental justice implications that must be understood.

AdkAction Executive Director Sawyer Bailey presented at this year’s National Winter Salt Awareness Week, hosted by Wisconsin Salt Wise. Watch her full presentation below, or on YouTube.

 

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