Send in your comments by TOMORROW (12/14) on the Adelphia Gateway Pipeline compressor stations! Details below. To convert an old oil pipeline to natural gas, Adelphia (owned by New Jersey Resources) needs to build two dirty compressor stations: one in West Rockhill Township (Bucks County), one in Marcus Hook (Delaware County). The compressor stations would emit VOCs, NOx, CO, and particulate matter, contributing to poor air quality across the region--as well as ~34,000 tons o
Video filmed and edited with the help of E.D.G.E. member for Public Herald Photo by Steven Rubin for Public Herald In Coudersport Pennsylvania, over 100 members of the Seneca Nation of Indians appeared at a public meeting to oppose a fracking wastewater treatment facility planned for development on the Allegheny River, known by the Seneca as the Ohi:yo’, which means “beautiful waters.” Read the full article by Joshua B. Pribanic, and Melissa A. Troutman for Public Herald here
Photo: Mike Belleme for Rolling Stone. Stacy Long, on her property in Grant Township (right), has been fighting to stop her town from being used as a toxic waste dump. Article by Justin Nobel Read full article here: http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/how-a-small-town-is-standing-up-to-fracking-w482577 Grant Township, Pennsylvania, population 741, has became the front line of a radical new environmental movement – and they're not backing down "Oil-and-gas companies in P
ETP/Sunoco Logistics is polluting Pennsylvania waterways with clay and undisclosed chemicals. 3 spill incidents (May 3rd, 4th, 10th) in the past two weeks with a reported almost 600 gallons of lubricant leakage! And this is only in construction of a pipeline, not even in operation. See article: http://www.delcotimes.com/article/DC/20170517/NEWS/170519634 Leaks of drilling fluid are commonplace in Sunoco/Energy Transfer Partners operations. The first of the latest spills was i
Sourced, copy and photo from Maya van Rossum of Delaware Riverkeeper Network View full report here: https://medium.com/@DelawareRiverkeeper/full-frontal-assault-vs-back-door-attacks-on-the-environment-9dd118b2d979#.3mp41417u I learned, last minute that today, February 28, there was to be a “listening session” at the PADEP regional office in Norristown seeking input on the very important Section 102 regulations focused on stream protection and pollution prevention. It was near
(Copy sourced from author Meenal for 350 Philadelphia @350Philly) Article: https://350philadelphia.wordpress.com/2017/02/13/resistance-is-in-the-air/ The three pipelines nearest Philadelphia are: The Atlantic Sunrise Project -- this would bring fracked gas from the Marcellus in Northern PA, traveling 11 counties, notably in nearby Lancaster County. Local resistance is organized by Lancaster Against Pipelines, and ratcheted up after FERC approved the Williams Gas Company’s Atl
This video was edited by EDGE Member for Public Herald. After a 3-year investigation in Pennsylvania, Public Herald has uncovered evidence of widespread and systemic impacts related to “fracking,” a controversial oil and gas technology. Ending over a decade of suppression by the state, this evidence is now available to the public for the first time. Read the story: http://publicherald.org/fracking. “You’re telling me that there are thousands of people [who say their water was
This video was created by Kelsey Erickson. Human #Pipeline delivery to #NatGas #Fracking Profiteers: No #FrackedGas in #Philly! #PHLenergyhub #breakfree2016 #AESP16
A group of Pennsylvania residents claimed eminent domain today for a right-of-way through the lobby of a Penn’s Landing hotel during two energy industry conferences. Using their own bodies and lengths of industrial tubing, they built their own pipeline to carry their message to industry and government officials
This is a commercial that EDGE made to counter a pro-industry commercial full of lies made by United Shale Advocates which can be seen here: https://youtu.be/VYOwx1KkGf4 The realities and information are spreading about hydraulic fracturing, or fracking. The facts are rock solid. Tell newly elected Governor Tom Wolf that fracking fractures Pennsylvania!
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This video was created by EDGE. New Sewickley Township [Pike Compressor Station vs. Kretschmann Farm]
On July 23, 2014 New Sewickley Township, PA Board of Supervisors held a continuation public hearing to discuss concerns related to the issuance of a conditional use permit for the proposed Pike Compressor Station on Teets Road.
Over 200 people came out to Big Knob Grange to hear officials speak from the gas companies Cardinal PA Midstream and PennEnergy Resources, and al