Pulling back the curtain on the sand and gravel industry in Southeastern Massachusetts and the Town boards and officials complicit in the schemes – whether its “cranberry agriculture” or a “subdivision road” that requires leveling the town’s highest hill the operation on Route 44 in Carver — it is a scam. This exposes our drinking water to contamination, destroys our forests and poisons people with cancer-causing silica dust.
Our grassroots network is monitoring and reporting violations. We are exposing the strip mine operators and others damaging our environment, water and communities and the
Rochester Road: 44 acres, thousands of arsenic treated poles for 6,291 solar panels, lithium ion batteries in cranberry bog; earth removal nearby Tremont Street: 57 acres, thousands
Arsenic solar poles contaminating soil, groundwater, and chromium and copper found in cranberries according to PineGate consultants; no written plan to replace poles, residents cut