BP just made a massive $3.8 billion expansion at their oil refinery in Whiting, Indiana. After pouring billions of dollars into expanding the aging plant, they claim they just wouldn't have the room to fit in a water treatment facility to deal with the increased waste being produced.
So BP is asking the EPA to instead let them dump 1,500 more pounds of ammonia and 5,000 more pounds of toxic sludge into Lake Michigan each day.
The EPA has decided to let them do it.
Below is a link to send a message rejecting the idea of dumping toxic sludge into Lake Michigan.
The message will go directly to BP's CEO Tony Hayward and EPA Region 5 Administrator Mary Gade.
Please sign this petition
Click here to take action: