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About Pollutionwatch

Published by MAC on 2003-07-24

About PollutionWatch

PollutionWatch (www.pollutionwatch.org) is a collaborative project of Environmental Defence Canada, the Canadian Environmental Law Association and the Canadian Institute for Environmental Law and Policy. The web site tracks pollution across Canada based on data collected by Environment Canada through the National Pollutant Release Inventory (NPRI). Visitors to the PollutionWatch web site can identify polluters in their home towns by searching by postal code, access "quick lists" of the largest polluters in the country, get pollution trends 1995-2001, or create their own ranked lists of polluters by province, municipality, industrial sector, or corporation.

About Environmental Defence Canada

Founded in 1984, Environmental Defence Canada (www.edcanada.org) provides Canadians with the tools and knowledge they need to protect and improve the environment and their health. We are a national, charitable organization committed to engaging the public, finding solutions, and advancing the environmental rights of future generations.

Environmental Defence Canada has been assisting families in Port Colborne, Ontario for more than two years in their fight to require Inco to clean up its pollution legacy in the town.

For more information contact:

Jennifer Foulds, Communications Director, Environmental Defence Canada, jennifer@edcanada.org

Elizabeth Chiu, Communications Officer, Environmental Defence Canada, elizabeth@edcanada.org

Visit our web site - www.edcanada.org

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