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Friday, January 12, 2018

Hearing & Public Meeting Scheduled For Coudersport Frack Waste Water Disposal Facility

Do you want fracking wastewater treated next to your municipal water treatment facility?

January 16th the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection will host a public meeting followed by a public hearing regarding a proposed Centralized Wastewater Treatment Facility (CWT) site located in Eulalia Township, Potter County.

WHAT: Public Meeting and Hearing for Epiphany Allegheny LLC water treatment facility permit applications
WHEN: Tuesday, January 16, 2018, at 5:30 PM (public meeting) and 7:00 PM (public hearing)
WHERE: Gunzburger Building, 1 North Main Street, Coudersport, PA 16915

Written comments of any length may also be provided to Thomas Randis, Environmental Program Manager, at 208 West Third Street, Suite 101, Williamsport, PA 17701, or via email at, no later than January 29, 2018.

Questions about the permitting process should be directed to Thomas Randis at 570-327-0530.


Anonymous said...

you have to be kidding me, nothing but death from this waste, my answer is no.....................................

Anonymous said...

I second that

Anonymous said...

Fracking is good, and this facility will help Make America Great Again. Not building it would be a disservice to Donald Trump, the nation's greatest American and President!

Anonymous said...

Uhhh No Trump Is The Worst President.
No Frack Waste anywhere around here.

Anonymous said...

Then dont utilize anything in the course of your daily life that has any tie to fossil fuel


Today's event should help those on the fence make up their minds. What WILL happen when that LAND AND FACILITY is FLOODED?

Kirsten Wolfe said...

That statement is so overused and just plain ignorant. Use of fossil fuels is a necessary fact. The community needs to be environmentally responsible.