Environmental Accountability Group, Inc. (“EAG”) is an incorporated Non-Stock Corporation organized under Chapter 181 of the Wisconsin Statutes, founded on November 23, 2017 in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.
While it is generally regarded that healthy communities are reliant on clean air and water resources, experience has shown that industrial pollution remains an elusive threat to the public safety, in that the incentive for profit tends to inhibit meaningful reform.
Founder and president Bill Pringle, along with his wife Sarah and their 5 children, were directly affected with chronic health issues caused by industrial pollution. His firsthand struggles with these health effects, the absence of community awareness of the issues, and appallingly lax industry standards led him to establish EAG. Bill speaks frequently in media and community forums about his experiences. His background in construction management allows him to provide a keen insight into the patterns of pollution as a threat to homes and residents of the community.
In full, our assertion is that industrial polluters should bear responsibility for their impact on the surrounding community. As such, EAG provides air and water testing services and professional networking resources for citizens concerned with health and environmental safety matters.