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This is the first that worked! IP's Chemical Oxygen Demand which is toxic is going up as well with highs of 52, pounds per day. April Newsletter The The April Newsletter gives some tips on being a good steward of the environment for Earth Day; reports that International Paper is back in full operation; and the need for a functioning EPA.
October Newsletter The October Newsletter looks at the new pipeline which is going in along U. The Newsletter also looks at the spirit of the Clean Water Act which allows pollution. The newsletter asks why we do not have algae blooms especially because the nutrients are high. The answer must be herbicides. April Newsletter The April Newsletter thanks all our members who have continued to donate money all these years.
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The newsletter also gives values for International Paper's December discharge monitoring report - a chemical oxygen demand of 36, pounds per day! December Newsletter The December Newsletter considers our small world and some solutions to control world-wide pollution. The newsletter also discusses the "fake" science which was used in Perdido Bay to support a nutrient rule. October Newsletter The October Newsletter publishes the results of our members' survey where the majority of our members consider life in the bay to be less than in the past years.
We also summarize what we hope to accomplish by continuing to exist. August Newsletter The August Newsletter contains a survey for our members to fill out.
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It also has an article about what Perdido Bay meant to families in the 's. A second look at PCB profiles and dioxin found in sediments of Perdido Bay reveals that this is material from scrubbers dumbed into wastewater treatment ponds. June Newsletter The June Newsletter explains why IP's wetland discharge may help them get different limits so that they may be able to get a permit without a Consent Order, and it looks at an ally of paper mills, the forestry industry. February Newsletter The February Newsletter looks at the recent health of Perdido Bay and describes the new International Paper permit application which contains information about toxicity of IP's effluent.
December Newsletter The December Newsletter discusses how the environmental agencies are hiding the truth about the health of Perdido Bay; announces that chlorine was found in mile Creek; and gives preliminary results of our dioxin testing. September Newsletter The September Newsletter explains why old polluting paper mills continue to exist; it looks at the St.
Joe Company and the new 2nd largest landowner in Florida; tells why you should support Amendment 1 on the Florida ballot; and gives tribute to Joy Morrill. May Newsletter The May Newsletter looks at some of the damage from the recent floods; shows an aerial photo of IP's aeration stabilization basin with aerators which are not operating at complete horsepower; prints a dissenting opinion about climate change; and talks about the faulty science we have seen on Perdido Bay.
March Newsletter The March newsletter looks at changes which are being made in insurance and policy due to climate changes and rising sea levels; discusses the flushing of duckweed into the bay after heavy rains; and asks for volunteers for a crab watch program. January Newsletter The January Newsletter reaffirms that the major source of pollution into Perdido Bay is the International Paper mill in Cantonment FL; looks at some heavy metal testing in the sediments, and describes what the northern end of Perdido Bay looks like.
October Newsletter The October Newsletter contemplates what Friends of Perdido Bay's direction for the future will be; looks at an old lawsuit filed in , and discusses the increased premiums from the flood insurance. An article describes how IP is increasing production at the Cantonment mill and more. The article talks about the logging industry on Perdido Bay just after the Civil War and describes the little railroad which carried logs and lumber from Perdido Bay to the Port of Pensacola.
The lies by the government agency which is charged with protecting the environment of Florida is disturbing. An example, is the statement that there were never any grassbeds in Upper Perdido Bay. This is a lie. Also discussed, are the new nutrient standards which have been set for Perdido Bay. The mercury problem in fish and the weakening of environmental rules is also discussed. The newsletter also looks at the new nutrient rule DEP is proposing for Perdido Bay and mentions heavy metals found in the sediments.
The newsletter also looks at the recent permits issued to IP for approximately 27 wells to withdraw process water from the ground and more. March Newsletter The March Newsletter looks back over the strange events which have occurred over the years which Friends of Perdido Bay has been involved. The newsletter also discusses the massive pollution contributed by the paper mill. January Newsletter The January Newsletter gives you an update on the nutrient rule Florida is trying to pass. Wonders if you will remember a clean Perdido Bay.
And more November Newsletter The November Newsletter gives you an update on IP's progress on their wetland and treatment projects. We also explain why there is an increased risk of infection by swimming in Perdido Bay.. There is also an article about Emerald Coast's pipeline around the IP treatment ponds to the wetlands surrounding Perdido Bay.. The Florida DEP is proposing taking the bay off the impaired list for nutrients.
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There is also an article about the nutrient rule the environmental agencies are trying to pass for Florida The newsletter also explains how International Paper Company is putting more and more of their costs onto us, the public, in order to save money. February Newsletter The February Newsletter includes articles about how the EPA has declared a once beautiful creek permanently polluted, why the bay water is clear in the winter, and more December Newsletter The December Newsletter informs our readers about the building of the pipeline to the wetlands in spite of the fact that the permit has not been approved in the appeals court.
It also explains why biomass is a bad source of energy. The newsletter revisits the dioxin issue in Perdido Bay and summarizes our views on two amendments to FL and AL constitutions. July Newsletter The July Newsletter discusses the oil spill and how it has impacted Perdido Bay and local waters. The July newsletter also looks at the regulatory failures as regards the oil spill and Perdido Bay. The insert of Blowout prevention legislation is also included May Newsletter The May Newsletter gives you some pointers on how to live lightly in the spirit of Earth Day.
And our take on DEP's lack of enforcement.
Also we talk about the judge's decision in the latest IP permit. Read the entire newsletter. Read the February Newsletter January Newsletter The January Newletter again looks at recent attempts by state and federal environmental agencies to weaken environmental rules and make pollution legal; the newsletter also highlights the local utility's attempt to increase the effluent going to wetlands surrounding Perdido Bay.
Read the entire January Newsletter April Newsletter The April Newletter gives you an update on the administrative hearing progress, the challenge to the wetland rule and some past history on stakeholders involved with Champion.
Currently the Florida DEP is saying that the wetlands exemption rule does not allow IP to violate water quality standards in the wetlands. Read the April Newsletter November Newsletter The November Newletter looks at recent attempts by state and federal environmental agencies to weaken environmental rules and make pollution legal; the newsletter also explains why we think IP is fudging their results which they report to DEP Read the entire November Newsletter October Newsletter The October Newletter has the latest update on the completed administrative hearing challenging IP's permit to discharge to wetlands; it also looks at where some of the sewage is going and how it might impact the Perdido Bay watershed.
Read the entire October Newsletter July Newsletter The July Newletter gives you information on the recently completed administrative hearing in which Friends challenged the proposed permit for IP to discharge to wetlands; there is information on nutrients in Perdido Bay and the giant rebate congress gave to the paper industry.
Read the entire July Newsletter April Newsletter The April Newletter gives you an update on the administrative hearing progress, the challenge to the wetland rule and some past history on stakeholders involved with Champion. Read the April Newsletter February Newsletter The February Newsletter gives you all the latest information about the administrative hearing, and about some of our witnesses. George Crozier says Perdido Bay is too narrow and deep to have a pollution load like the paper mill.
The bay does not flush properly. Livingston report, and a short summary of an air pollution report Read the whole newletter October Newletter The October newsletter contains updates on the progress of our administrative hearing. Hearing dates have been set for January 14 through 16 and 20 through 23, Our plans for a fund raiser at the Flora-Bama on November 23, are given Read the whole newletter August Newletter The August Newletter contains some of our objections to the 'new' IP permit which we have currently challenged.
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Attempts to build 'toll roads' through the Perdido River watershed and new wastewater for Bayou Marcus are also discussed Read the whole newletter June Newsletter The June newsletter describes how Dr. Livingston ignored the "real" problems caused by the paper mill on our bay. Read what some of the real problems are.
IP's plan is the same plan which a judge denied previously. Also we show how industry uses modeling for a dishonest purpose Read the whole newsletter February Newsletter The February news letter contains some history on the past efforts to "clean-up" Perdido Bay, about a persistent rumor we keep hearing about IP turning down their treatment, and about the class action law suit. Read the whole newsletter December Newsletter The December newsletter gives latest on the IP permit situation, compares IP's effluent to a domestic wastewater treatment system serving , people and more.
Read the whole newsletter October Newsletter The October newsletter contains the latest on Florida's decision to deny the wetlands permit to IP and grant the stay. The newsletter also discusses the dioxin studies on Perdido Bay clams, and more Read the whole newsletter August Newsletter The August newsletter contains the latest on Florida's decision to deny the wetlands permit to IP.