Taxonomy Archives: Alabama
Alabama coal ash to be recycled, but questions remain
SELC, Mobile Baykeeper statement on Plant Barry coal ash pollution lawsuit dismissal
MOBILE, Ala.— Today the US District Court for the Southern District of Alabama dismissed a lawsuit filed by the Southern Environmental Law Center, on behalf of Mobile Baykeeper, challenging Alabama Po...
Meet our 2024 Phil Reed Environmental Writing Award finalists
SELC announces finalists for the 2024 Phil Reed Environmental Writing Award
Alabamians want clean water, not coal ash pollution
EPA asked to intervene in Prichard Ala. water crisis
PRICHARD, Ala. — Today the Southern Environmental Law Center (SELC), on behalf of We Matter Eight Mile Community Association and more than 20 environmental justice and faith-based groups, drafted and ...
Tuscaloosa ignores chronic sewage spills, groups join state lawsuit
TUSCALOOSA, Ala.— Black Warrior Riverkeeper and Friends of Hurricane Creek, represented by the Southern Environmental Law Center (SELC), petitioned the Court to join a lawsuit against the city of Tusc...
Bluestone Coke sued for water pollution
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.—Today Black Warrior Riverkeeper and GASP, represented by the Southern Environmental Law Center, filed a lawsuit against Bluestone Coke for violating the Federal Clean Water Act.
Recent win protects Birmingham’s drinking water for decades
Settlement secured protecting clean, safe drinking water for metro Birmingham
BIRMINGHAM, Ala.-- Today the Birmingham Water Works Board fulfilled a more than 20-year-old promise to legally protect the source of metro Birmingham’s drinking water.