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New Lackawanna County natural gas plant one step closer to approval

Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection approved the air quality permit for a proposed natural gas power plant in Jessup, Lackawanna County. If built, the plant will be one of the largest natural gas power plants in the state. Chicago based Invenergy, parent company of Lackawanna Energy Center, wants to build a 1500-megawatt plant that will [...]

Lackawanna Landfill Will Accept More Drilling Waste

Earlier today we told you about how much natural gas drilling waste goes into deep injection wells. Landfills still take in a large amount of brine, cuttings and other waste, too. In fact, a Lackawanna County landfill has just received state approval to increase the amount of drilling waste it accepts. More from the Tribune-Review: [...]

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