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By 2025 all brake manufacturers in the United States must eliminate copper from their friction formulations in order to meet the California and Washington Proposition 65 regulations. The legislation was enacted in 2010 due to claims by environmental regulators that as brake pads wear down, copper and other materials are deposited on roadways and in parking lots and then washed into streams and rivers. Too much copper in the water may damage marine and freshwater organisms such as fish and mollusks. On the way to the 2025 rule the legislation requires brake manufacturers to switch their formulations to low-copper. By 2021 copper content in friction must not exceed 5%. Many friction manufacturers have been forced to start developing new formulations and test a number of different materials to match the characteristics of copper in order to meet the 2021 and 2025 deadline.


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Preserving the land and waterways of Union, Upper Northumberland, and contiguous counties in Pennsylvania
For ecological value
Preserving the land and waterways of Union, Upper Northumberland, and contiguous counties in Pennsylvania
For open spaces and scenic views
Preserving the land and waterways of Union, Upper Northumberland, and contiguous counties in Pennsylvania
For water quality protection
Preserving the land and waterways of Union, Upper Northumberland, and contiguous counties in Pennsylvania
For agricultural production
Preserving the land and waterways of Union, Upper Northumberland, and contiguous counties in Pennsylvania
For educational opportunities
Preserving the land and waterways of Union, Upper Northumberland, and contiguous counties in Pennsylvania
For scientific research
Preserving the land and waterways of Union, Upper Northumberland, and contiguous counties in Pennsylvania
For wildlife habitat
Preserving the land and waterways of Union, Upper Northumberland, and contiguous counties in Pennsylvania
For recreational use

The Merrill W. Linn Land and Waterways Conservancy was founded in April of 1988 in memory of Merrill W. Linn, a local attorney and avid outdoorsman who spent much of his life exploring the woods, streams, fields, and byways surrounding his native Lewisburg, and sharing that experience and knowledge with others.

Since its founding, the Merrill W. Linn Land & Waterways Conservancy has protected woodlands, agricultural lands, streams and wetlands. We maintain four trails for public enjoyment. These efforts are complemented by a very strong educational focus. Each Spring, the Linn Conservancy’s education committee sponsors a series of family-oriented events referred to as “Caring for Communities” to bring attention to the special qualities and pleasures to be enjoyed in our local natural environment. The Buffalo Creek Watershed Alliance, a subsidiary of the Merrill Linn Conservancy since 2002, has monitored Buffalo Creek’s water quality for many years and has been instrumental in promoting stream protection and revitalization programs within the watershed.

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