Residents of a rural community whose drinking water has been contaminated for 14 years have met with high-level officials in the Pennsylvania attorney general’s office.
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Sunoco Pipeline LP, the developer of a multi-billion-dollar pipeline that traverses southern Pennsylvania should have done more to protect the safety of more than 200 residents of an apartment complex.
The national impact of the wastewater rule is still coming into focus, but at least 26 plants in 14 states said they will stop burning coal, according to the Sierra Club, which has been tracking state regulatory filings.
An apartment complex’s owners say pipeline construction has threatened the health and safety of the residents.
Senate Republicans say the Delaware River Basin Commission doesn’t have the authority to impose a moratorium on fracking in the basin.
The company says Ray Kemble hasn’t shown up for depositions. Kemble said he couldn’t make the appointments because of his poor health.