Friday, March 19, 2010

More oily water pictures. You can see the oily film on top of the water, those pretty rainbows are poisonous. Anyone care to drink it?

This water comes pouring right out of the ground. Where does your well water come from? Right out of the ground. Lord knows how bad it would look if it was pumped. Right now it is like an artisan spring, it pours out on its own.
This is a picture of polluted water pouring right out of the ground. The water is flowing, but it is so polluted that it will not clear up. You can see the petroleum residue floating on the water. Is anyone thirsty? All we read in the CM by ED is that everything was cleaned up and the water is OK. It comes right out of the debris pile where rusted barrels are apparent. It then flows directly into Pumpkin Creek.

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Parts of the property have never been examined by the Environmental Dept.

I have found documents that show that some parts of the BFDD have never even been examined. Perhaps that is why there is to this day, 55 gallon drums STILL washing out of the ground. We need help with this matter, and no local officials seem to care that there is a SUPERFUND site in a residential community.

Thank you. Randy Dowdy

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Proof it is a SUPERFUND SITE!

Don't believe the Bryant Farm Drum Dump is/was a Superfund site? It only took me 5 minutes to find this government site that lists it. Check out page 64. It is on the inactive list, because, in their words, "It is too large to clean up". If no one else could find this information, they didn't try very hard. Enjoy!
Don't believe the Bryant Farm Drum Dump was/is a Superfund site? Go to check out page 64! It is on the inactive list, because it is too big to clean up (their words, not mine!) I would not make this up. It only took me 5 minutes to find this link tonight, so someone must not have done their homework very well if they couldn't find it. NOW CAN YOU SAY SUPERFUND?