Downstream Pigeon River residents fin...

Downstream Pigeon River residents find paper mill's permit alarming

There are 1 comment on the Newport Plain Talk story from Jan 10, 2010, titled Downstream Pigeon River residents find paper mill's permit alarming. In it, Newport Plain Talk reports that:

After 3 years delay, the draft permit that allows the Blue Ridge Paper Products mill in Canton, N.C., to release pollutants into the Pigeon River has been announced for public review.

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hebintn

Sevierville, TN

#1 Jan 25, 2010
We live on Lake Douglas. My kids and grandkids swim in the lake and we eat the fish from the Lake. I want to make sure that the cleanest water possible feeds the lake, whether it is from the Pigeon, French Broad, Nolichucky, or rainwater runoff. Companies are obligated to abide by the Clean Water Act. Having a permit implies that the EPA says it is OK to dump contaminants into our water. It is up the state to enforce the permits. Ultimately, it is up to the RESIDENTS to insure that the state actually does enforce the permit.

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