DEP aims to reduce Waste Treatment Co...

DEP aims to reduce Waste Treatment Corp.'s discharges into river

There are 2 comments on the Post-gazette.com story from Nov 27, 2013, titled DEP aims to reduce Waste Treatment Corp.'s discharges into river. In it, Post-gazette.com reports that:

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

Pittsburgh, PA

#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.
Da Old Fool Trolls On

Verona, PA

#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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