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Rp/follow @triggeredveganmemes - According to the Environmental Working Group there are eight slaughterhouses that are ranked among the top 20 polluters of surface water in the U.S. – a ranking that includes polluters from other industries as well.
Collectively, these eight slaughterhouses dumped 30 million pounds of contaminants including nitrogen, phosphorus, and ammonia into waterways in just one year! That doesn’t sound like a very responsible business practice and certainly is not the work of an industry that cares about the environment.
All this wastewater is a problem for a number of reasons. One of the biggest is its contribution to nitrate pollution. Nitrates are a major source of water contamination in agricultural communities and high nitrate levels in water can cause methemoglobinemia or blue baby syndrome, a fatal condition that impacts infants under six months.
Nitrogen pollution in waterways can also kill aquatic life, and make it much more difficult for fish, insects and other creatures dependent on the water to survive.
As terrible as the wastewater problems from slaughterhouses may be, their greenhouse gas emissions are equally frightening. The main source of these emissions is from the electricity used to run the slaughterhouses and to get rid of the previously mentioned wastewater as well as packing, cooling and transporting the dead animals. The amounts vary depending on the animal and other factors, but it’s estimated that electricity outputs account for five percent of beef related emissions, 13 percent of pork related emissions and 24 percent of chicken related emissions.
Slaughterhouses are also responsible for large outputs of greenhouse gases such as methane and carbon dioxide, both major contributors to climate change. These gases are created both in the process of slaughter and by the degradation of wastewater.
so by now you’ve probably seen me mention my podcast ‘The Life of Lex’ but I’ve never gone in depth about what the podcast actually is?
I started this podcast about two months ago as a passion project. as a self proclaimed social justice advocate and someone who’s a little too obsessed with what’s going on in the media and having opinions on it, expressing myself and opinions has never been something I shied away from. the first place I really came into my own with being really candid and honest about my feelings was my tumblr page which has just around 14k followers. from there I’ve written as a staff writer for a few online publications (hello @theaffinitymag!) and as a journalism student who’s about to graduate next year, a lot has been on my mind about what’s next!
well that’s where the podcast was born. being that I wanted to move forward from just being an advocate on tumblr, I wanted something more! I started the podcast as an introverted black girl who’s dealt with her share of mental health issues, trauma but also finding a way to move forward toward it all. it’s always been difficult to feel like I relate to other black girls as well, so i wanted this to be a place where I could speak out candidly and honestly. also with there being so few black podcasts, and still a lack of media specifically tailored to black women, I wanted to bring something else.
this podcast is meant to be like a conversation with your best friend, and we’re talking honestly about everything from celebrity foolishness to mental health. there’s always some snark and sarcasm (because who would I be without that?!) but also life lessons and a whole lot of realness.
the podcast is still in its early stages (we’re only 12 episodes in) so there’s still a TON of room for improvement and I’m very open to constructive criticism.
I ask that y’all please visit the podcast website in my bio to listen, read show notes or get links to other streaming services for listening. I hope for this to get bigger in the future and all it takes is one listen.
Visit the podcast website in my bio to check it out!