DEP moves to protect river water
Citing concerns over rising bromide levels in Western Pennsylvania waterways, the state Department of Environmental Protection announced Tuesday it is asking Marcellus shale drillers to stop sending wastewater to 16 treatment plants by next month.
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#1 Apr 20, 2011
Change 1. Bromide cannot be taken care of by purification plants. The by products can, but the natural resource is less healthy. We simply cannot afford to lose a natural resource by quality, the cannot be replaced.
Changes need to be paid careful attention to.
#2 Apr 20, 2011
no wonder the water taste like crap!
#3 Apr 20, 2011
Check this website and see how little money McKeesport gets for taking this water:
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