Multiple recent environmental disasters in Nebraska make it clear that without stronger environmental supervision and enforcement our state will continue to be a toilet for greedy businesses.
This is Alvo’s sea of tires. It is illegal. It arose over just the last few years and now threatens environmental catastrophe only ten miles as the crow flies from Lincoln. It sprang up in plain sight, in a Nebraska village on the brink of collapse, and it shows us how failures of governance in small towns can lead to significant environmental risk beyond their boundaries.