Subject: Our Polluted History: A Non-Toxic and Fascinating Forum on Greenpoint's Environmental Past
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Our Polluted History: A Non-Toxic and Fascinating Forum on Greenpoint's Environmental Past
Hello Friends of Bushwick Inlet Park,
The sewage overflow into the Newtown Creek? The Exxon Mobil oil spill? The toxic solvent plume under Meeker Ave? The use of mercury at the Leviton factory? The pollution from the plastic manufacturing at NuHart? What do YOU think is the most toxic site in Greenpoint's polluted past/present/future?
GWAPP (Greenpoint Waterfront Association for Parks & Planning) is hosting 4 environmental forums to explore local, micro-environmental concerns. This first forum dives into the historic pollution from Greenpoint's industrial past and the consequences for today's growing population.
GWAPP Neighborhood Environmental Forum:
Greenpoint's Industrial Pollution and How it Affects You Today
WED OCT 7th
DuPont Senior Housing Community Room
80 DuPont St BK NY 11222
This history is all the more reason a completed Bushwick Inlet Park is crucial. Join us there!
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Yours in 28 Acres,
Friends of Bushwick Inlet Park
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