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Videos Presentations

Monitor and Protect Conodoguinet Creek -

Part 1

The first recording of the series, Monitor and Protect Conodoguinet Creek - Part 1 Sponsored by Move Past Plastic, MPP, and hosted by Conodoguinet Creek Watershed Association, CCWA and Penn State Extension. This program was held virtually on October 26th at 6:30-7:30 p.m. Our speaker was Jerry Steigleman, Middlesex Township Asst. Code Enforcement Officer. He shared his very personal story of the history, content, and potential hazards of several past waste sites in and near Carlisle.

Break Free From Plastic Extration

BFFP Cono Ck with Outtakes

This video is a message to the Biden administration asking him to ban further petrochemical build out and protect PA's watersheds. We also ask him to support local communities in handling single use plastic by building real recycling infrastructure and requiring single use plastic to contain a minimum of 30% recycled plastic. Latest news for evidence for these ask: Pa. charges Energy Transfer with environmental crimes over Mariner East pipeline project The company has already paid more than $20 million in fines for more than 120 violations of the state’s Clean Streams Law. That same law is the basis for the criminal charges announced Tuesday. By Susan Phillips | UPDATED: OCTOBER 5, 2021 | 5:52 PM ------------------------------------------- Shell hit with violations for chemical odor in county; investigation ongoing Chrissy Suttles Beaver County Times -------------------------------------------------- PennEast Pipeline is Cancelled! September 30, 2021 by Abigail M. Jones, Vice President of Legal and Policy

BFFP FF FACTS with Outtakes #2

This video is a message to the Biden administration asking him to ban further petrochemical build out and stop using American tax dollars to subsidies an industry that harms us and our environment. We also ask him to support local communities in handling single use plastic by building real recycling infrastructure and requiring single use plastic to contain a minimum of 30% recycled plastic.

You’re Breathing in Microplastics, But

What Does That Mean for Your Health?

Microplastics are everywhere—in our food, water, and now even the air we breathe. But scientists are just starting to understand how airborne microplastics end up in the atmosphere and what happens when we breathe them in.

How Close Are We to Reinventing Plastic?

Our dependence on plastic is so extreme that we have microplastics not only floating through the ocean, but also in the atmosphere, in our food, and in our bodies. So how close are we to reinventing plastic?
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Move Past Plastic, MPP
Sponsored by TLC Foundation
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Videos

Presentations

Monitor and Protect

Conodoguinet Creek

- Part 1

The first recording of the series, Monitor and Protect Conodoguinet Creek - Part 1 Sponsored by Move Past Plastic, MPP, and hosted by Conodoguinet Creek Watershed Association, CCWA and Penn State Extension. This program was held virtually on October 26th at 6:30-7:30 p.m. Our speaker was Jerry Steigleman, Middlesex Township Asst. Code Enforcement Officer. He shared his very personal story of the history, content, and potential hazards of several past waste sites in and near Carlisle.

Break Free From

Plastic Extration

BFFP Cono Ck with

Outtakes

This video is a message to the Biden administration asking him to ban further petrochemical build out and protect PA's watersheds. We also ask him to support local communities in handling single use plastic by building real recycling infrastructure and requiring single use plastic to contain a minimum of 30% recycled plastic. Latest news for evidence for these ask: Pa. charges Energy Transfer with environmental crimes over Mariner East pipeline project The company has already paid more than $20 million in fines for more than 120 violations of the state’s Clean Streams Law. That same law is the basis for the criminal charges announced Tuesday. By Susan Phillips | UPDATED: OCTOBER 5, 2021 | 5:52 PM -------------------------------------- ----- Shell hit with violations for chemical odor in county; investigation ongoing Chrissy Suttles Beaver County Times -------------------------------------- ------------ PennEast Pipeline is Cancelled! September 30, 2021 by Abigail M. Jones, Vice President of Legal and Policy

BFFP FF FACTS with

Outtakes #2

This video is a message to the Biden administration asking him to ban further petrochemical build out and stop using American tax dollars to subsidies an industry that harms us and our environment. We also ask him to support local communities in handling single use plastic by building real recycling infrastructure and requiring single use plastic to contain a minimum of 30% recycled plastic.

You’re Breathing in

Microplastics, But

What Does That

Mean for Your

Health?

Microplastics are everywhere—in our food, water, and now even the air we breathe. But scientists are just starting to understand how airborne microplastics end up in the atmosphere and what happens when we breathe them in.

How Close Are We

to Reinventing

Plastic?

Our dependence on plastic is so extreme that we have microplastics not only floating through the ocean, but also in the atmosphere, in our food, and in our bodies. So how close are we to reinventing plastic?
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