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FAA says that EPA is responsible for spray coming from planes

FAA says that EPA is responsible for spray coming from planes
Greensboro
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On March 9, 2016, I contacted the Registration dept. of the FAA to inquire as to why so many planes that I was seeing were unregistered. I also asked who was in charge of regulating hazardous materials transported on a plane. They referred me to my regional office in Greensboro NC.

I then called that office and spoke with an inspector. He proceeded to tell me that plane owners can turn off the registration info that is listed for their aircraft if they want to. It may have to do with security, secrecy, or whatever. Hmmm…  That was interesting I thought (especially for druglords, gunrunners, and other illegal activities).

Then I asked the inspector what about the chemicals that I see coming out of these unregistered planes, didn’t the FAA regulate dangerous cargo. He said the FAA was not responsible for anything coming out of the plane and if anything was coming out in a spray, that was the responsibiliy of the EPA. Hmmm…. He and I debated why I thought it was the FAA’s responsibility and he said it wasn’t. He did not admit to knowing about chemtrails (he said they were contrails, of course) but if anything was coming out of the plane, then the EPA owns that responsibility to regulate it. I guess if you transport dead bodies, for example,  and push them out of the plane that the FAA doesn’t want anything to do with that either!

Ok, so what did I learn? Registration numbers can be turned off by the owner/pilot and not appear on the databases that we all use. Why would a owner do that? We can only imagine. It would be interesting to see when this was adopted (post 9-11 I will bet).

We also learned that the EPA is responsible to regulate the dumping of chemicals (and anything else, I suppose) out of the airplane.

With this info I will now contact EPA and see what I can learn.

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Very interesting!

Lorraine Surringer | April 10, 2016

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