Erin Brockovich

Change is Opportunity
in Disguise.

Erin Brockovich is a renowned Consumer Advocate and Environmental Activist who rights wrongs every day on multiple fronts. If you or someone you love have suffered because of an environmental contaminant, medical device, or a pharmaceutical, or because of something or someone else, get Erin on your side.

Change is Opportunity in Disguise.

Erin Brockovich is a renowned Consumer Advocate and Environmental Activist who rights wrongs every day on multiple fronts. If you or someone you love have suffered because of an environmental contaminant, medical device, or a pharmaceutical, or because of something or someone else, get Erin on your side.

Erin's New Book

An inspirational look at the threats to our water that shows how we can each make changes before it is too late.
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Community Healthbook

Make a difference in your own backyard with Erin's platform that helps you and your community fight wrong.

Erin's New Podcast

Listen to Erin and her special guests shed light on everyday citizens fighting for the environment and social justice.
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Erin's New Book

In Erin Brockovich’s long-awaited book — her first to reckon with conditions on our planet — she makes clear why we are in the trouble we’re in and warns us that if we’re waiting for someone to save us, Superman isn’t coming. Nor is the government or the environmental agencies. No one is going to solve this for us. It is up to us, we the people, and Brockovich shows us how.

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NPR Interview: 'Superman's Not Coming' To Save Our Water Supply

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CNN Editorial: Regulations can Save the Planet

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Forbes Magazine
Stick-To-Itiveness And What We Can Do About Our National Water Crisis

Read an interview with Erin discussing her new book on Forbes.com

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The Guardian
The US is in a water crisis far worse than most people imagine

Read Erin's guest post on TheGuardian.com

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Thrive Global
Yes, Climate Change Is a Water Crisis Too

Erin and Suzanne Boothby co-author this article published on ThriveGlobal.com

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NY Times - Superman's Not Coming
New & Noteworthy, From Ants to Erin Brockovich

The New York Times recommends Superman's Not Coming

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The Atlantic
Erin Brockovich Wants to Know What You're Drinking
PageSix
'We must be our own superheroes.'

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Fortune
Erin Brockovich, Melinda Gates, Ai-jen Poo, and 8 more women on what the 19th Amendment’s 100th anniversary means to them

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Erin Brockovich is Still a Badass

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Community Healthbook

Community Healthbook is a groundbreaking website created by Erin Brockovich to enable individuals to post and share important information about issues in their community. Find local hotspots for environmental issues, pharmaceutical drugs gone wrong, infrastructure failures, and medical device failures that affect you, your loved ones,  as well as  neighbors and friends.

Read about the national water crisis, toxic chemicals, and other backyard problems in Erin's newsletter, The Brockovich Report

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1 day ago

Congratulations Forest Lawn… Reuse is Resilience… thank you for your leadership throughout drought plagued Southern California.

Forest Lawn Memorial-Parks & Mortuaries President & CEO Darin Drabing announced today that the Los Angeles County locations are the recipient of WateReuse California Awards for Excellence’s Recycled Customer of the Year. “We are honored to receive this award on behalf of all five of our parks in Los Angeles County. We are committed to keeping our parks well-tended and beautiful, while using recycled water service whenever possible” said Drabing.

The Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts nominated Forest Lawn Memorial Parks for the award, which recognizes individuals and/or projects that make significant contributions in support of greater adoption of water reuse. “In the highly competitive and selective process, Forest Lawn stood out for its success in advancing the development of alternative water supplies through water recycling at not one or two sites, but at five properties located through the Greater Los Angeles area” said Earle Hartling, Water Recycling Coordinator for the Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts.

Forest Lawn’s five Los Angeles County locations: Long Beach, Covina Hills, Cypress, Hollywood Hills, and Glendale, use recycled water produced from the Sanitation Districts’ Water Reclamation Plants (WRPs) and Departments of Water and Power. Altogether, these five locations use over 1,900 acre-feet per year of recycled water on 643 acres and represent all of Forest Lawn’s properties within Los Angeles County. Forest Lawn began its recycled water conversion in 1989 at the Long Beach location as part of Long Beach Water Department’s Phase 5 expansion and continued with Glendale and Hollywood Hills properties in 1992 and 1993, respectively. In 2015, the Covina Hills location did all its own on-site conversion work to begin using recycled water. Through this process it contributed to the development of a shared storage reservoir on-site at the adjacent California Polytechnic University, Pomona and upgraded the pump station bringing recycled water from the Sanitation Districts’ Pomona WRP into the campus. Forest Lawn completed its recycled water conversion with the Cypress location in 2016.
In an award presentation at the Awards for Excellence Luncheon, taking place today during the 2021 WateReuse California Annual Conference in Los Angeles, CA, Clint Granath, Architecture & Engineering Chief Engineer at Forest Lawn, and the shepherd of the effort, will represent the organization. “Forest Lawn Memorial Parks are ‘forever’ and need to remain picturesque in honor of those interred there and for the benefit of loved ones who will visit, essentially lasting forever,” said Granath. “Using recycled water accomplishes this goal while allowing us to be stewards of the planet. We value this recognition of our decades-long efforts to be exceptional environmental citizens.” Or a short version: “It is an honor to be recognized for creating spaces that are comfortingly beautiful and help conserve precious resources,” said Granath.

Since its founding in 1906, Forest Lawn has committed itself to providing outstanding service and beautiful, scenic environments for family outings, remembering loved ones, and commemorating holidays. Forest Lawn is a place for the living and an integral part of the communities it serves with a history of community outreach and involvement that dates to the first Decoration (or Memorial) Day in 1915 and first Easter Sunrise Service in 1921. Forest Lawn is proud to offer competitively priced cremation and traditional funeral services throughout Southern California.
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Why waste water? Always reuse ♻️ when we can. It’s done on lawns in Florida. My condo does this. It SMELLS, but it’s watering the laws, who cares. It’s a terrific idea. And….. why is America so hell bent on gorgeous lawns? It’s all a waste.

Here in florida the use of reclaimed water is to be appropriated by such facility, seen as an Eminent Domain of your property in statute 153.03(5). "That sword is a back stabber!"

Thank you. 💙

Sometimes the smaller step in the right direction ends up being the biggest step of your life.. Tip toe if you must, but take the step with Teresa J. Foster and testify with me...

Hmmm.

Well, i guess they are recycling in the truest sense of the word..Now rid the 'guests' of the toxic chemicals used to preserve them, and get biodegradable coffins or none at all. If I could be recycled in this way, to benefit the Earth, I would. But simply using less water is hardly sustainable. I'll stick to cremation for now...

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Wonder if these guys follow the page dedicated to getting Cypress location cleaned up 🙁 www.facebook.com/groups/207853874716584

Head first, guys! ✌️

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6 days ago

Do I dare say... poor Flint? When will it end? When will they do the right thing by the people?

Lead... Legionella... PFAS Dumping...

https://michigan.gov/pfasresponse/…
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We’re only an hour or so from flint. City of Croswell reversed our water flow may/June of 2020. This is a sample from august 2021 residential tap. Now the city is in ph balance “testing” yay. More chemicals. We also still pay for water. And buy bottled. 😡🤮

Its not just FLINT hell almost all of Oklahoma water sources are terrible

And they still have to pay a water bill! And buy bottles of water to drink! I’m 10mins from downtown… I’m glad I have my own well with a very good system for my drinking water

Let's not forget places like Utica NY that also have crumbling infrastructure. Lead pipes and paint. We are a rustbelt boom town too. Our water in public buildings are non potable

They putting graphene oxide in the water in the UK. Wonder if they are doing it here.

Yet another early intercontinental american city with a community that ballooned along with the auto industry during the industrial revolution. It is not particularly conducive to modern sizable communities. Such is the life in the intercontinental. Often you get one reliable source of water, and if it becomes toxified that's sae la vie.

It’s like some great big intentionally overt experiment to see how bad things can get.

The water is holy...

Water is being grossly mismanaged all over the US.

Unbelievable this is still such an issue.

when we get a AG who will prosecute all the corruption then and only then will it happen

Omaha Nebraska, I just found out our rental is an EPA Tier 1 test site with high levels of benzene. The city said it was not their problem contact an attorney. No attorney will take it because it deals with the EPA. I have gone to I think EVERY media outlet and none will go against the mayor. Her and the slumlords rule, I had a stroke in April of 2019 because of another slumlord. I tried your site, it wouldn't let me send anything. I have begged and pleaded with anyone who will listen. PLEASE HELP ME AND MY FAMILY WE HAVE NO WHERE TO GO!

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Now Flat Rock Michigan with Ford Motor Company putting chemical benzene in our sewer systems. Many evacuated.

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Thank you, Erin.

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You and ginger Zee could stir the pot. I would like to see this subject stay in the head lines

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