DEP aims to reduce Waste Treatment Corp.'s discharges into river
A proposed state consent decree would give a Warren County wastewater treatment company with a history of violations two years to stop discharging gas-drilling water containing high levels of pollutants into the Allegheny River.
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“Clinton is a Liar, Period!”
Since: Jan 07
#1 Nov 28, 2013
Meanwhile, ALSOSAN regularly discharges raw sewage, which includes industrial wastes directly into the river and the PADEP, a political vindictive group if there ever was one, looks aside and worries about storm water overflow. The whole thing is BS with no common sense or leadership.
#2 Nov 28, 2013
Come on, now, old fool! Have you seen the laughable franking waste disposal regulations under Corbutt's DEP?
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