Sunday, March 29, 2009

Contact information

If anyone wants to comment but has trouble with the site, my home phone is 336-388-9980, Friday Saturday and Sunday. During the days of Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday, my cell phone is 434-835-6538 , after 6:00 p.m. please so my job is not interrupted. There are tons more information than what is here, anyone is free to look at it at my residence. I have stated nothing but the truth that can be proven very quickly. My e-mail address is .

At the bottom of the site there is a place that says "older posts". There are some important and informative posts on the second page. Thank you again, Randy D.

Saturday, March 28, 2009

A few documents from NC Environmental Department

Here are a few more documents from NC environmental departments. I have many pounds of papers, I don't know if this site will hold them all. Thank you for reading, Randy Dowdy

Here are the records from the deeds office in Yanceyville NC, Caswell Co seat. There is a little bit of talk of Solid Waste , but absolutely nothing of Hazardous Waste. This is the deception.

Thank you, Randy Dowdy

First Piedmont confessions

Here are the first of many documents to be added. Once again, if anyone knows anything about this firsthand, or knows anyone who worked for First Piedmont at that time, please contact me. Thank you, Randy Dowdy

Monday, March 16, 2009

Monday, March 9, 2009

Information about the Providence Hazardous Waste disaster known as the BRYANT FARM DRUM DUMP.

This will be updated as often as possible. I am going to post actual pictures, documents from the government, even admissions from First Piedmont Vice President (at that time) , on First Piedmont Letterhead. Nothing I post will have been altered in ANY WAY, it is all legitimate. There is more than enough truth to prove my accusations, there is no need to exaggerate anything. The Government ID of this Hazardous Superfund Site is NONCD0001038 . It is known as the Bryant Farm Drum Dump. This is the only Hazardous Waste Superfund Site in Caswell County. Though this should never have been allowed, nor the clean up being falsified, the main thing is what is going to be done now. And believe me, something has to be done. Thank you, Randy Dowdy, co-0wner of the BFDD.