Whoa! NY State seems to have plans to dump their wastewater in PA.
Draft Supplemental Generic Environmental Impact Statement On The Oil, Gas and Solution Mining Regulatory Program
220.127.116.11 Out-of-State Treatment Plants
The only regulatory role DEC has over disposal of flowback water at out-of-state municipal or industrial treatment plants is that transport of these fluids, which are considered industrial waste, must be by a licensed Part 364 Transporter. For informational purposes, Table 5.14 lists out-of-state plants that have been proposed for disposition of flowback water recovered in New York.
Out-of-state treatment plants proposed for disposition of NY flowback water
Treatment Facility – Location – County
Advanced Waste Services – New Castle, PA Lawrence
Eureka Resources – Williamsport, PA Lycoming
Lehigh County Authority Pretreatment Plant – Fogelsville, PA Lehigh
Liquid Assets Disposal – Wheeling, WV Ohio
Municipal Authority of the City of McKeesport – McKeesport, PA Allegheny
PA Brine Treatment, Inc. – Franklin, PA Venango
Sunbury Generation – Shamokin Dam, PA Snyder
Tri-County Waste Water Management – Waynesburg, PA Greene
Tunnelton Liquids Co. – Saltsburg, PA Indiana
Valley Joint Sewer Authority – Athens, PA Bradford
Waste Treatment Corporation – Washington, PA Washington
DRAFT SGEIS 9/30/2009, Page 5-123
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