The final San Jacinto River Waste Pits community meeting of 2020. Our Founder, Jackie met with the community virtually on zoom to provide a recap of 2020 and important information for 2021. If you were unable to join please take a moment to stop by the nationwide petition we launched today in support of the … Read More
We hosted our final virtual town hall of 2020. Please view the recording as we provide the latest updates and path forward for the San Jacinto River Waste Pits Superfund Site, the Jones Road Groundwater Plume Superfund Site, and the cancer cluster in Houston’s Fifth Ward.
View the important updates about THEA’s efforts surrounding the Jones Road Groundwater Plume Superfund Site. THEA’s team has been working diligently to digest technical reports and data that we recently received through a Freedom of Information Act Request to the EPA. Please stay tuned for future updates.
Fifth Ward, Kashmere Gardens, Denver Harbor, Trinity Gardens We have new and important updates about our efforts surrounding the Creosote Cancer Cluster in 5th Ward that you need to know. Watch our Founder, Jackie, in the video to hear the latest news and discussions. Please stay tuned for future community meetings!
THEA held a Press Conference to Solicit Corporate Accommodation of the EPA’s Request to Include Local Stakeholders in the Waste Pits remedial design process. Houston, TX – October 12, 2020 – As part of the continued effort to remediate the San Jacinto River Waste Pits Superfund Site, we are requesting that the responsible parties include … Read More
September 15, 2020 This week we started our community meetings, starting with our neighbors near the San Jacinto River. This is our longest standing program at THEA, and in 2020 we’ve grown our team to grow our impact. Please watch, and consider sharing with your friends and family members who take pride in Texas land and … Read More
In this month’s town hall we report to you about all of our communities, please read on to find the time slot and topic that has the information you’re looking for. 2:48 Community Meetings Starting This September 5:55 Greater 5th Ward Update 10:28 Jones Road Update | Letter to EPA: https://bit.ly/2EFXzRN 19:50 San Jacinto River … Read More
Cleaning up the San Jacinto River toxic waste pits in Harris County, Texas, may now take three times as long as previously estimated, according to initial design documents, reports Houston Public Media.
Cleaning up the San Jacinto River toxic waste pits may now take three times as long as previously estimated, according to initial design documents.
The storm emerges over the eastern Atlantic in late August, first as a slow-moving tropical system that remains largely unnoticed in faraway Texas. It gains power as it drifts westward into warmer Caribbean waters, lashing island coastlines and leaving a trail of destruction in its wake. By the time the storm enters the Gulf of … Read More