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City of Racine Passes Ordinance Banning the Sale, Application, and Use of Coal Tar Sealant Products

On Friday, August 23rd at 9 a.m. in Colbert Park, Mayor Cory Mason will sign “Ordinance 0021-19 – Sale, Application, and Use of Coal Tar Sealant Products” into effect. The City of Racine is the second largest Wisconsin city to pass a coal tar sealant ban. Coal tar-based sealants are coatings typically applied to driveways […]

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Sierra Club To Hold Talk On Molybdenum In Drinking Water

Editor’s note: Please note that the club changed the venue for this seminar. The Sierra Club Southeast Gateway Group will host a seminar about the health effects of excess molybdenum in our drinking water. A Clean Wisconsin study released last fall found unsafe levels of molybdenum and other contaminants in both school and residential wells throughout Racine, […]