EPA Refuses To Classify Coal Fly Ash As Hazardous Waste, Primary Toxic Component Of Chemical Geoengineering
Did the EPA recently rule coal fly ash as non-hazardous because it’s the primary constituent of chemtrail aerosols?
Why doesn’t the EPA monitor the harmful alumina-containing geoengineering aerosols?
Timing of the December 2014 Ruling Reflects EPA’s Complicity with Unlawful and Harmful Chemical Geoengineering Programs in Advance of Paris Climate Conference this November/December.
EPA directives require coal-fired power plants to remove coal fly ash, but then permits geoengineers to spray massive volumes into the troposphere and stratosphere via chemical geoengineering operations — 24/7. ______________________________________________________________
By all appearances the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has been closely collaborating with the nationwide, covert chemical geoengineering programs for decades. These clandestine military-run chemtrail operations are responsible for the massive and incessant spraying of highly toxic chemical aerosols into the troposphere and stratosphere. The EPA is the regulatory agency responsible for enforcing the Clean Air Act (enacted in December 17, 1963) since its was formed by the Nixon Administration in 1970.
Therefore, it can be stated with certainty that for 45 years the EPA has been a critical co-conspirator with the U.S. Military in the implementation of these illicit and highly injurious geoengineering programs. In fact, chemical geoenginerering has been routinely conducted throughout the skies of America since the 1970s. The only question that remains is how long those programs have utilized toxic coal fly ash in their formulations.