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Friday, June 15, 2018

Concern rises for proposed wastewater treatment facility in Bradford Twp.

By ALEX DAVIS Era Reporter
Bradford Era

Some individuals who helped influence the halt of a planned fracking wastewater treatment facility in Potter County have turned their attention to Bradford Township.

Dianna Beaver and Mary Moses, both of Salamanca, N.Y., who have ties to the Seneca Nation of Indians, strolled around Bradford on Thursday, urging people to attend Tuesday’s Bradford Sanitary Authority meeting to voice concerns about the planned wastewater treatment facility at 350 High St. They handed out about 30 fliers to passersby downtown.

“If for no other reason, people should find out if we’re right or wrong. People of Bradford, please investigate. To us, (this project is) concerning,” Beaver said.

Advanced Water Services LLC is waiting on permits for the project to move forward, and company president Jeff Soward said he is hoping operations could begin soon in treating produced water from local conventional oil and gas producing wells. The facility would receive, process and transport wastewater from the plant to the Bradford Sanitary Authority’s wastewater treatment plant in Foster Township. Read more....


Anonymous said...

They should be aware that there is a big difference between conventional(shallow) wells and the unconventional (deep) wells that were going to send water to the Coudersport plant.

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