Feds OK Marcellus wastewater disposal well in Plum, PA

March 9, 2018
EPA issued the 10-year permit on Wednesday.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

PITTSBURGH, PA, MARCH 9, 2018 -- A planned disposal well in Plum is likely more than a year away from accepting its first truckload of oil and gas waste fluids, but the project advanced this week when it received a major federal permit.

Despite broad local opposition, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said Delmont-based Penneco Environmental Solutions meets the requirements to safely operate the Sedat #3A well as a commercial injection facility that will entomb waste brines from Marcellus Shale and other drilling operations. It issued the 10-year permit on Wednesday. Read more at Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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