Protecting the Catawba from Coal Ash.

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What’s a Rich Text element?

The rich text element allows you to create and format headings, paragraphs, blockquotes, images, and video all in one place instead of having to add and format them individually. Just double-click and easily create content.

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The team at Saturday is truly honored to have been a part of the Catawba Riverkeeper Foundation’s victory announced January 2, 2020, resulting in the commitment from Duke Energy to excavate the remaining coal ash sites on the Catawba River.

 

When the Riverkeeper Foundation first approached us in 2014, we were shocked there were unlined coal ash pits neighboring our Charlotte drinking water reservoirs, and even more concerned about the lack of proper oversight, including sections left completely blank on energy permits intended to protect our waters from dangerous chemicals. Our team was fired up to fight for North Carolina, Charlotte and our drinking water, and made sure the Riverkeeper Foundation got the attention it needed to pressure for a proper cleanup. We developed a fully integrated campaign to keep public attention on the issue and clarifying misleading information being generated by a massive corporate PR machine (along with some additional legislator spin, as well.)

 

This campaign attracted national attention and provided momentum for the Riverkeeper Foundation to continue their work with public support. It is somewhat insane it took a nearly ten-year legal battle before the offending party settled on doing the right thing, and we hope all corporations note that “bad for the environment” is bad for business.

 

You can read more here about the events that led to what will be the largest environmental cleanup by volume in U.S. history here, and how this small, nonprofit organization (along with a few great partners including the Southern Environmental Law Center and Riverkeeper Alliance), refused to give up on protecting our waterways.

 

From an agency perspective, there is nothing more satisfying than creative work that gets people engaged, achieves actual results, and helps further a noble cause that’s good for our entire community, state, country and even the planet.

 

Congratulations Catawba Riverkeeper Alliance, keep up the great work!


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