Does the incident come amid the ongoing Ohio train derailment scandal how many toxic accidents will wreak havoc on America’s environment this year?

Posted BY: Kelen McBreen

Parks and schools have been ordered closed in the area near a massive fire at a renewable energy plant in Doral, Florida on Friday after the EPA declared the air quality “unhealthy.”

The Covanta waste-to-energy (WTE) facility has been ablaze since Sunday.
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According to NBC 6 South Florida, “Parks were closing, schools were impacted and residents near the Miami-Dade County waste-to-energy facility in Doral were urged to stay indoors Friday, after a report from the Environmental Protection Agency showed the air quality in the area at ‘unhealthy’ levels earlier this week.”

“As the firefighters gain greater access to the remaining blaze, we do anticipate an increase in smoky conditions,” Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said.

Local authorities are also recommending citizens in the area wear masks if they do have to go outside and roll up their windows if they’re driving near the blaze.

After the federal government’s poor handling of the East Palestine, Ohio toxic train derailment, should Doral locals trust the EPA telling them it’s fine to stay in the area as long as they wear a mask and keep their vehicle windows up?