TIME TO WASTE: A Call for the Inclusion of Local Stakeholders in the San Jacinto River Waste Pits Remedial Design Process 

October 13, 2020By AdminNews, Press

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


August 4, 2020By AdminPress

THEA is Holding a Press Conference to Solicit Stronger EPA Support and Corporate Accountability for the San Jacinto River Waste Pits Superfund Site. Restoring Integrity to the San Jacinto River Waste Pits Superfund Site’s Record for Remediation

5th Ward Town Hall

June 24, 2020By AdminAnnouncements, News, Press, Uncategorized

On June 24th our founder, Jackie Young-Medcalf was joined by environmentalist Lois Gibbs and Stephen Lester, alongside community activist, Charlie Powell for a virtual town hall to inform the public and the press of their assessment of the 5th Ward Cancer Cluster, you can download our fact sheet here.  Environmental contamination in Houston’s Fifth Ward … Read More

Crews stabilize cap that covers San Jacinto Waste Pits

June 21, 2019By Jackie YoungPress

With hurricane season underway, contractors this week secured a sloped area of the San Jacinto Waste Pits that has needed multiple repairs over the years — an interim fix while officials continue to work on a design to remove cancer-causing toxic substances from the site. The pits became a federal Superfund site in 2008 and … Read More

Beach City thanks pair for role in dredge protest

April 25, 2019By Jackie YoungNews, Press

In a show of appreciation, Beach City council recognized two people for their efforts in helping to stop a dredging project that would have dumped tens of thousands of cubic yards of material in their backyard.  Beach City Mayor Jackey Lasater read two separate resolutions Tuesday night congratulating both Greg Moss, a Channelview citizen, and … Read More