RUBBERTOWN

COMMUNUITY ADVOCATES

  • Kentuckians for the Commonwealth
  • Together, we organize for a fair economy,
    a healthy environment, new safe energy and an honest democracy.

  • Western Jefferson County Community Task Force

  • West Jefferson County Community Task Force (WJCCTF) was established
    in 1988 to work with environmental justice issues in West Louisville.

  • Kentucky Division for Air Quality

  • A Ky.gov office committed to achieving
    and maintaining acceptable air quality.
    What's in the Air Today?
    Measuring Air Quality

  • Air Pollution Control District


  • The Air Pollution Control District (APCD)
    has worked to improve Louisville's air
    quality for over 67 years. The APCD is
    authorized to implement the Federal
    Clean Air Act. The APCD collects air
    monitoring and emissions data locally
    and issues and enforces permits.

  • Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry

  • ATSDR protects communities from harmful
    health effects related to exposure
    to natural and man-made hazardous substances.

  • Louisville Department of Health and Wellness

  • Committed to achieve health equity and improve the health and
    well-being of all Louisville residents and visitors.

  • UofL Envirome Institute

  • Health is a state of optimal physical, mental, and social well-being.

  • Louisville Metro Council

  • Find your Metro Council Member.
    Districts 1-26

  • Rubbertown Emergency Action
  • ReAct (Rubbertown Emergency Action) group
    began organizing the West Louisville residents to fight pollution
    in their neighborhood and community.

  • EPA Region 4

  • Serving Alabama, Florida, Georgia,
    Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina,
    South Carolina, Tennessee and 6 Tribes.

  • Rubbertown Community Advisory Council
  • Developing mutual trust between participating
    chemical companies and the surrounding community.

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