January 30, 2014, NEWARK: There was quite a crowd of students, a few teachers, DNREC employees, environmentalist and media representatives at this morning's campaign kickoff of the City of Newark's anti-idling campaign. Though quite overcast it was unseasonably warm even for a post-climate changed January, the perfect temperature for the outdoor event being held in the parking lot of Newark High School.
The Delaware Chapter of the Sierra Club opposes this Plan for Remedial Action for Operable Unit 2 of the Burton Island Ash Disposal Site.
At the February 6th meeting of the Delaware General Assembly, the Delaware Chapter of the Sierra Club asked the Joint Finance Committee to consider the risks posed by the Delaware City Refinery on public health and to finance actions by DNREC to protect our communities.
On December 12, 2012 the University of Delaware provided UD Students with the following list of grounds maintenance products that are available for landscaping use:
The Delaware Chapter of the Sierra Club is concerned about the environmental and health risks posed by the University of Delaware’s use of toxic chemicals on campus grounds. We support the efforts of University of Delaware students who seek full disclosure of the chemicals used on all University grounds and a transition to non-toxic and organic lawn care products.